Accommodations & Attractions
At Puget Sound Plastic Surgery, people from Tacoma and Seattle, WA know us for our impressive results and attention to their care. Women and men from other areas have discovered that traveling to our practice is well worth the trip. This page reviews just a few of the many inviting accomodations and exciting attractions our area has to offer.
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Arts & Culture
In recent years Tacoma has become known for its arts and culture scene, which can make your trip to our practice for plastic surgery even more rewarding. Art galleries, museums and theatre all take a prominent place in Tacoma's identity as "A City of Destiny." Tacoma's many publicly funded art programs include the summer festival, "Art on the Ave"; Barefoot Studios performance theatre; and the Proctor Art Fest. The city also supports an Art at Work Month event in November that highlights artists and artistic events around the city.
Tacoma's three unique museums, The Washington State History Museum, the Tacoma Art Museum and the Museum of Glass can all be found on Tacoma's waterfront. The nearby Chihuly Bridge of Glass and Union Station, which showcases unique blown glass art, are also a must-see.
Diverse Dining Options
With views that boast some of the best that Puget Sound has to offer, it is no surprise that Tacoma is known for its fine dining establishments. True to the Northwest, just about every type of cuisine can be found in Tacoma's eclectic neighborhoods, from fresh local seafood to vegetarian, and Japanese to Middle Eastern.
Experiencing Tacoma's 1,900 restaurants also provides an opportunity to take in the city's four historic districts, which include many structures that are listed on the National Register of Historic Places.