Stadium/Seminary District (National Register): one of Tacoma’s earliest residential neighborhoods with outstanding examples of high style homes from the late 19th to the early 20th century, read more about Tacoma’s Stadium District here.
7 floors of fun at the newly restored McMenamins Elks Temple! Events have been cancelled at this time, but they have spacious outdoor seating, takeout & delivery, outside seating at the Spanish Bar, and they’re offering special for overnight stays Sun-Thur if you’re looking for a little staycation.
Get fresh and quality foods, deli items and beautiful floral arrangements from Stadium Thriftway.
Situated right next to the historical Stadium High School, such amazing history right in your backyard - this historical Tacoma landmark was the filming location for many of the scenes in the 1999 movie 10 Things I Hate About You. Students here test high in math and higher in reading.
Just a few blocks away is a neighborhood favorite, Garfield Park. Tucked behind the Annie Wright School with views of Commencement Bay sits a 5 acre space with a quarter mile of outer track play and fitness equipment, sports courts and a trail that winds through a canopy of trees in the Garfield gulch.
Wright Park is ideal for a leisurely stroll or a quick jog, and is very popular in the summer months as it has a sprayground, playground and plenty of picnic tables. This 27 acre arboretum is home to a rich collection of more than 600 trees - stunning in both the spring & summer when they’re ample and bright green, and impressive in the fall as they change from green to feuille-morte of autumn foliage.