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A Guide to the Tacoma Dome

April 6, 2011 11:34 AM

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In the heart of  Tacoma, the Tacoma Dome is a venue for concerts, RV and gem shows, local area high school graduations, speakers, home and garden shows, and the annual holiday food and gift extravaganza. So whether you’re interested in hearing your favorite singer, shopping, or want to gather tips on upgrading your home, the Tacoma Dome is where you want to be.

Getting There:

2727 East D Street
Tacoma, WA 98421
253.272.3663

http://www.tacomadome.org

By car: If you’re driving there, I-5 is your best route. Take Exit 133 and follow the East 26th Street, Tacoma Dome signs.

Public Transit: The Tacoma Link connects the Tacoma Dome Station (a regional hub for bus and commuter train service) with downtown Tacoma’s restaurants, shopping and museums. Visit http://www.soundtransit.org for more information.

For the Tacoma Dome Event Hotline, call 253-572-3663. To buy tickets to an event, you can go to the Tacoma Dome website, http://www.tacomadome.org. The box office at the Dome also sells tickets Monday thru Saturday, and opens on show days two hours before the scheduled show time. And you can find tickets online at http://www.ticketmaster.com.

Once you’re there:

If you arrive hungry, there are lots of options around the Tacoma Dome to satisfy your cravings. You can go to the Tacoma Dome website for some of their featured restaurant partners http://www.tacomadome.org/area_info.aspx

Planning to stay overnight? Stay at the Courtyard Tacoma Downtown Marriott across the street from Tacoma area museums, in an historic, 100 year old building. http://www.marriott.com/hotels/travel/seatd-courtyard-tacoma-downtown/ Look at more hotel options at http://www.tacomadome.org/area_info.aspx
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