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The Fremont Troll, Seattle, Washington

 
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Distance from city center: 25.9mi
Vago's pictureby Vago General travel tip
added on the 2nd of October, 2010
Fremont is a funky, hip little neighborhood in Seattle filled with great bars and restaurants. What lots of people don't know is that when you go under the bridge there is a giant troll!

The troll is a statue but it is really big. It's got a real VW bug in it's hand!

You don't see that everyday.

Address:
6072-6074 S Coles Rd, Clinton, WA 98236, USA

Price:
Free

Opening Hours:
Always open.

How to get there:
Go to Fremont and go under the bridge.

 
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