- Our list of the best things to do in Gig Harbor, Washington, features the top 355 nearby activities — including 143 great attractions with user approval ratings of 90% or more!
- Gig Harbor, WA has a variety of great sights and experiences nearby. Top categories include: Outdoor Places, Entertainment & Shows, Food & Drink, and Museums & Galleries.
- The results below include the top 24 things to do within the city of Gig Harbor, WA , followed by 331 popular activities in nearby cities, including Seattle, Bremerton, Tacoma, Puyallup, Kent, Bainbridge Island, Renton, Federal Way, Olympia, Port Orchard, Lakewood, Lacey, Auburn, Silverdale, Spanaway, Bellevue, Burien, Issaquah, University Place and Seatac
A privately owned winery, 21 Cellars offers visitors guided tours that conclude in the aging cellar with a tasting of this vintner's varietals. Tours must be booked by reservation, and wine sales are limited to wine club members.
Home to minor league baseball's Tacoma Raniers, Cheney Stadium originally opened in 1960. Since undergoing a major renovation after the 2010 season, the park now features luxury suites, expanded concessions, and unmatched sightlines.
Situated within Wright Park, the W.W. Seymour Botanical Conservatory offers exotic tropical plants as well as seasonal floral displays. The site is most known for its historic glass conservatory with a distinctive 12-sided central dome.
Focusing on independent and culturally significant films, The Grand Cinema strives to enrich the lives of both natives and visitors to the area. Several events are held at the site throughout the year, including a monthly Documentary Week and film discussion panels.
There is more than 3,300 feet of shoreline to explore on this 398-acre state park that offers camp sites, hiking, bike trails, a swim area, and allows kayaks, canoes, fishing, skim boarding and sailboarding. Alcohol is allowed in the camp grounds only by registered of age campers.
A local venue to several live performances, Pantages Theatre in Tacoma, Washington is a restored historic landmark. Available for tour or open for shows, Pantages offers a variety in seating for symphonies and ballets, as well as a history to share.