Fremont, priding itself in being the true free spirit of Seattle neighborhoods, has some of the most unique public art in town, including the “Waiting for the Interurban” statue at the intersection of 34th and Fremont – a statue with an ever-changing look as garments and accessories are added by creative spirits. The “Fremont Troll” makes its home under the Aurora Bridge, and yes, that really is a Volkswagen Beetle in its hand, and a photo-op not to be missed. The art-making reaches a crescendo for the Fremont Parade in June – an only-in-Seattle event where bizarre, creative, and unique entries take to the street. Watch out for streaking bike riders – a parade tradition. Shopping is eclectic too – find retro clothes, antiques, boutiques, furniture, accessories, and two good grocery stores for the basics and more. Stop by on Sundays for the Fremont Sunday Market to shop for unique handcrafts.
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