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The statue of Lenin on the corner should clue you in to the fact that everything about this neighborhood is alternative. Vegetarian cafes, eclectic shops, coffee houses, bookstores and street artists abound.
After a $15 taxi ride we arrived at the bottom of the hill. We were greeted by the Trolls three metal goats. When viewing this iconic local Seattle sculpture, you will see unnecessary graffiti. It’s too bad there is not a Friends of the Troll...More
Luckily, we were headed this direction on the way to the ferry to Whidbey Island so it wasn't too hard to find. I wasn't sure we were going the right way once we got off the interstate, but we were, it is a little quirky...More
We had to ask for directions to find this quirky statue which my husband 'had to see' Have to agree it was something different & once we found it we obviously took the obligatory photo or two. Nice area for walking about with some nice...More
This is one of my favorite things about Seattle...you think you know the city and it reveals a new facet. This is a quirky neighborhood with the famous under the bridge troll statue, Lenin statue, a rocket, some interesting topiaries and more. Definitely worth a...More
Seattle is a uniquely weird and cool place, and the Fremont Troll is an excellent example of all the creativity that makes this city great. While parking can be dicey, I highly recommend taking a jaunt around the Fremont neighborhood so that you can see...More
I watch the TV series Once Upon A Time and the Fremont Troll is a very big part of the show. I was fascinated about seeing him and think that it is just so neat. Such an interesting piece of art. The writers helped him...More
Parking is available on side streets or just pull over on the shoulder hop out and snap a picture of this formidable beast crushing a VW. If in the area check it out for the picture otherwise you can pass.
there is a center of town and if you're staying there then 'yes' you can get around. parts of Freemont are hilly. Seattle has good public trans and there is a stop in Freemont with a really cool sculpture. Also, be sure... More
there is a center of town and if you're staying there then 'yes' you can get around. parts of Freemont are hilly. Seattle has good public trans and there is a stop in Freemont with a really cool sculpture. Also, be sure to see Rapunzel's hair on the Freemont Bridge
Have fun, it's a great place