The Fremont neighborhood of Seattle is known for its counterculture, and the Fremont Troll stands as the epitome of the neighborhood's zeitgeist. The 5.5 metre high concrete statue by 4 local artists - Steve Badanes, Will Martin, Donna Walter, and Ross Whitehead, depicts a troll eating a full-size Volkswagen Beetle under Aurora Bridge

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Private Glass Blowing Class and Tour of Fremont

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$286

...er you make your glass item, you'll get a tour of Fremont, see the famous Fremont Troll, and stop at Theo's Chocolates.

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Fremont Troll, Seattle

The Fremont neighborhood of Seattle is known for its counterculture, and the Fremont Troll stands as the epitome of the neighborhood's zeitgeist. The 5.5 metre high concrete statue by 4 local artists - Steve Badanes, Will Martin, Donna Walter, and Ross Whitehead, depicts a troll eating a full-size Volkswagen Beetle under Aurora Bridge.

The Fremont neighborhood of Seattle is known for its counterculture, and the Fremont Troll stands as the epitome of the neighborhood's zeitgeist. The 5.5 metre high concrete statue by 4 local artists - Steve Badanes, Will Martin, Donna Walter, and Ross Whitehead, depicts a troll eating a full-size Volkswagen Beetle under Aurora Bridge. A popular landmark since its creation in 1990, this wacky roadside attraction is a must-see.


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About Fremont Troll

 3405 Troll Avenue North, Seattle, WA, United States

 +1 206-632-1500

 fremont.com

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