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- 98%Local Culture
- 85%Budget Travelers
- 85%Adventure Travelers
- 83%Art & Design Lovers
- 75%Family Travelers
- 59%History Buffs
Member Reviews (51)
- Fremont TrollMember ofLocal CultureBudget TravelersFoodies+ 4Oct 31, 2013
a real troll under the bridge -- it's a trek if you take the bus from city center, but it's totally cool. I love venturing here, and then walking over to Paseo to grab lunch. It's a great day adventure.
- Fremont TrollMember ofBudget TravelersBusiness TravelersFoodiesNov 06, 2013
Ask a local for directions to the Fremont Troll. The address is 3405 Troll Ave N, otherwise known as underneath the Highway 99 bridge, but the easiest thing is to ask. If it’s sunny there will be plenty of tourists making their way for photo ops. You might recognize this grumpy gentlemen from Ten Things I Hate About You. Climb on his head!
- Fremont TrollMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsBudget Travelers+ 4Oct 05, 2013
Fremont is a very awesome neighborhood with good eats, great shops, and the Fremont Troll! You'll really enjoy the neighborhood and it's not too far from downtown so you can get to this area easily by bus or cab (not expensive at all)
- Fremont TrollMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsBudget Travelers+ 12Jul 05, 2012
Who doesn't love a troll under a bridge?
1) the best sandwich place, Paseo, in Seattle and dare i say it, perhaps all of the west coast, is in the same neighborhood So whether you get to Fremont for the sandwich or the Troll, make sure you pair it with the other. Sandwich + troll = awesome combo.
2) the Troll was in 10 Things I Hate About You.
3) the car under its left hand is a real VW bug.
- Fremont TrollMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsFoodies+ 2Sep 26, 2012
I'm not quite sure how to review a giant concrete troll, but this is one of the things that reminds me why I love Seattle. Built back in the 1990s to combat the drug dealing happening under the Aurora Bridge in the artsy district of Fremont, the Troll has become a tourist attraction. You'll see dozens of people from around the world each day, arriving to photograph the 20-foot creature (who is clutching a real VW bug in his hand).