Just click on a tide gage, click it, then in the little window that pops up, select linear trend http://tidesandcurrents.noaa.gov/sltrends/
(Occasionally the data doesn't show up...yay, government websites). Just try it again another day if it glitches out like it is today.
Its interesting to see tide gage after tide gage recording the same rate for around a century, while people tell you we're all doomed by rapidly accelerating sea level rise. The satellites do show a higher rate, but that's because that they're recording ocean altitude, not rise relative to land. The continents are still rebounding from the glacial period..most are still rising. And of course, each tide gage has a different rate of rise.