Tacoma, Washington: 20-Foot-Tall Welcome Giantess

A wood-carved Native American woman stands near the Tacoma Art Museum.
Address:
Pacific Ave., Tacoma, WA
Directions:
Downtown, at the corner of Pacific Ave. and S. 17th St., opposite the Tacoma Art Museum. I-5 exit 133. Drive north on I-705 for one mile. Exit at A St. and turn left at the end of the ramp onto Pacific Ave. Drive south to S. 17th St. The statue will be on the right.
Save to My Sights
Tacoma, Washington - Tacoma’s Welcome Woman: Native Giantess
20-Foot-Tall Welcome Giantess: Historically, relations between native peoples and the city of Tacoma, Washington, have been downright unpacific at times. That's apparently in the past now that a 20-foot-tall Coast Salish woman, carved from wood, has been unveiled as the city's unofficial greeter. [09/21/2010] Complete Story...

Nearby Offbeat Places

Latest Tips Across Roadside America

Catch up on the latest discoveries from the road.

Explore Thousands of Oddball Tourist Attractions!

Unique destinations in the US and Canada are our special obsession. Start here.
Use RoadsideAmerica.com's Attraction Maps to plan your next road trip.

April 24, 2014

My Sights

Map and Plan Your Own Roadside Adventure

Try My Sights

Roadside America app
Roadside Presidents app

Washington Latest Tips and Stories

Latest Visitor Tips

Sight of the Week

Sight of the Week

1964-65 New York World's Fair Attractions, Queens, New York (Apr 21-27, 2014)

SotW Archive

USA and Canada Tips and Stories

Latest Visitor Tips

Sightings. Arrives without warning. Leaves no burn marks. A free newsletter from RoadsideAmerica.com. Subscribe now!
RoadsideAmerica.com Hotel & Motel Finder

Special online rates for hotels & motels.

Nearby Hotels and Motels, Tacoma, Washington

Nightly rates found:

Book Online Now