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Near Tacoma are some other things worth visiting, listed roughly north to south:
 
Near Tacoma are some other things worth visiting, listed roughly north to south:
  
* To the northwest, the waterfront town of [[Gig Harbor]]. I-5 to exit 132 (WA Hwy 16) [http://gigharborchamber.com/visitors.html] A great place to see the '''Tacoma Narrows Bridge''' is by visiting the park below and slightly adjacent to the north side of the bridge. Going north from the bridge, take the first exit (24th St NW) and follow the signs (several left turns). On a very clear day, [[Mount Rainier]] will be in the background to the east, beyond the waterway. On a very clear day, [[Mount Rainier]] will be in the background to the east, beyond the waterway.
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* To the northwest, the waterfront town of [[Gig Harbor]]. I-5 to exit 132 (WA Hwy 16) [http://gigharborchamber.com/visitors.html] You can visit the park below and slightly adjacent to the '''Tacoma Narrows Bridge''' without paying any toll. Take the first exit (24th St NW) and follow the signs (several left turns). Don't miss it, or you will be charged after turning around at the second exit. On a very clear day, [[Mount Rainier]] will be in the background to the east, beyond the waterway.
  
 
*[[Seattle]], north of Tacoma, has a lot to do for visitors.
 
*[[Seattle]], north of Tacoma, has a lot to do for visitors.

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