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Fremont Troll

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I hide out under the Aurora Bridge, posing for pictures and eating car parts.
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Rose Fei
Rose Fei
September 16, 2019
touch his nose, I dare you
Kierney
Kierney
September 28, 2019
A point of pride for anyone from the greater Seattle area, this guy is a testament to the spirit and humor of the people of Fremont.
Audrey
Audrey
June 08, 2018
Popular,Touristy Troll sculpture under the bridge
Lenza
Lenza
November 30, 2017
Famous Troll under bridge in Fremont
Molly
Molly
September 22, 2019
This adorable Fremont attraction is literally a troll under a bridge. But don't worry, he's nice and he loves taking pictures with tourists!
Cheryl
Cheryl
January 15, 2018
Underground freaky statue
Austin
Austin
September 14, 2019
Does your city have a giant troll living under a bridge? Although there's not too much to it, you can have some fun to stroll by and say hello, especially if you'll tie it in to a visit to nearby Fremont Brewing (great beer garden) and Gasworks Park!
Jennifer
Jennifer
May 06, 2018
The Troll is the Gateway to Fremont and Ballard. Seattle traffic and neighborhoods are only navigable by experts. West Seattle to the Troll is a shortcut. And he is cool to see.
Jessica
Jessica
April 30, 2018
Seattle is a quirky place. There may not be anything more quirky than the Troll Statue in Fremont. Located underneath a bridge, this massive concrete statue hides in plain sight for tourists to take funny pictures and admire what makes Seattle so unique. Really fun for people of all ages, families…
Ira
Ira
September 15, 2019
This is a really nice tourists area. Visit Theo Chocolate (local chocolate factory) tour and see the factory inside. Lots of amazing tourist attractions like the Fremont Troll, Center of the World rocket, Statue of Lenin, Waiting for the Interurban statues.
Ubicación
Troll Avenue North
Seattle, WA 98103
Teléfono+1 206-684-2489
Sitio webseattle.gov