Home & Garden Show®
January 23 – 26, 2014
Thursday: 11am – 7pm
Friday: 11am – 7pm
Saturday: 11am – 7pm
Sunday: 11am – 5pm
Box office closes 1 hour prior to show closing.
Show hours are subject to any necessary change without notice.
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$12 General Admission
Free to children (16 and under)
*Does not include parking.
Plenty of parking is available at the Tacoma Dome. Enter the main lot from ‘D’ Street. Parking is $10 per vehicle.
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The Tacoma Dome is conveniently located along Interstate 5, in downtown Tacoma and 30 minutes south of Seattle, and is served by multiple bus routes and the Tacoma Light Link rail.
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How do you find the right remodeler, landscaper, designer or contractor to make your project complete? Come to the event that brings all the local home and garden experts together, where you can ask questions, compare products, take notes and get remodel ideas. Meet the person who could turn your dreams into reality.
If you are thinking of a new backyard, front courtyard or small side yard, now is the time to find the designer and get planning! Garden lovers wanting to get a jump on the spring season won’t want to miss the plant sale at the Tacoma Home & Garden Show. Show attendees can get a head-start on spring planting with great buys at the Plant Market, featuring a wide range of colorful and unique species. Rare miniature conifers, blooming daphnes and hellebores, house plants, trees and shrubs are among retail offerings by Olympia’s Bark & Garden Center.
The show also assists home and garden do-it-yourselfers by offering around-the-clock seminars presented by some of the region’s top experts. Top speakers sharing their tips in presentations during the five day show include Ciscoe Morris, Marianne Binetti, Marty Wingate, Sue Goetz and many more.
Features and attractions:
- Award-winning garden writer and designer, Don Engebretson, “The Renegade Gardener,” Friday, January 24 and Saturday, January 25. He’ll share his revolutionary garden ideas that challenge traditional gardening practices and get you on the road to becoming a successful gardener. Click here for more info.
- If that backyard of yours is looking dreary, enter to win the first-ever “$25,000 Backyard Makeover” contest. The makeover includes outdoor leisure amenities, plantings and landscape features. Sponsors include Aqua Quip, Marenakos Rock Center, Better Built Barns, Washington Association of Landscape Professionals and the Washington State Nursery & Landscape Association. Click here for more info.
- The popular “Vintage Market” returns with repurposed and “shabby-chic” treasures for the garden and home from 20 local vendors. This shopping area within the show includes farmhouse collectibles, repurposed barn boards, and salvaged architectural pieces. Hidden treasures abound for showgoers to discover. Click here for more info.
- Dozens of free home and garden seminars on a variety of topics during the five-day run of the show. Seminar speakers include Ciscoe Morris, Marianne Binetti, Marty Wingate, Sue Goetz, Pete Lisoskie of KIRO Radio’s “Home Matters”, and others will be on hand for entertaining and informative presentations. Click here for more info.
- Show attendees can get a head-start on spring gardening projects with the ideas and inspiration from local vendors, headlined by a spectacular feature garden created by Olympic Landscape, and the popular “Plant Sale” staged by Olympia’s Bark & Garden Center. Click here for more info.
- The wellness65+ booth, celebrating Rite Aid’s new senior loyalty program, offering a variety of free health screenings and games and prizes for showgoers. Click here for more info.