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The Fremont District Tour

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Highlights
  • Take a walking tour of Seattle’s Fremont District
  • Enjoy a public art excursion with sculptures and street theater
  • See the famous Fremont Troll
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The Fremont District Tour
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Our playful walking tour begins at Solstice Plaza (711 N. 34th St., Seattle, WA 98103). We promote public art with a mix of public sculpture and improvisational street theater departing at 1pm.
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The Fremont Tour 11am
Our playful walking tour begins at Solstice Plaza (711 N. 34th St, Seattle, WA 98103). Our program promotes public art with a mix of public sculpture and improvisational street theater departs at 11am
From US$20.50
Overview
Explore Seattle’s popular Fremont District on this guided, 90-minute walking tour. As the self-proclaimed ‘Center of the Universe,’ this eclectic, artsy neighborhood on the north shore of Lake Union thrives with its bohemian vibe and many, quirky claims to fame. This public art tour combines a mix of public sculpture and improvisational street theater — total strangers are not safe from this playful adventure. Check out the famous Fremont Troll under the north end of the Aurora Bridge and much more.
What to Expect
Our motto is Libertas Quirkas which in bad Latin means "the freedom to be peculiar". The Fremont district is Seattle's most playful neighborhood with a world class collection of quirky public art. Come see our collection on this tour, a street theater. Our program promotes public art with a mix of public sculpture and improvisational street theater. We are very interactive as we participate in an ART ATTACK, fire the 47' Fremont Rocket and meet the Fremont Troll's cousin. Our tour guides are a piece of art in themselves. There is The Fremont Fairy Godmother, Jeffe, the Turkish Rap Singer and Rocket Man, Super Hero sort of - to name a few. We carry props and will playfully involve strangers in the street who have no idea they are going to be a part of our story. This makes each tour different and quite entertaining. Our mission statement is to "Encourage people to find their playfulness through art and history." And this is what happens. COME PLAY!!
Reviews (20)
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Reviewed 22 August 2017
Fun and informative

I live in Seattle and knew about this tour for several years before taking it. Wish I had done it sooner! Rocket Man provides just the right mix of playful fun and engaging information. I recommend it highly for both locals who already know and...More

Thank Deborah H
Reviewed 15 August 2017
Visiting Seattle? Local to Seattle? Do this tour!

Rocket Superhero Sort Of (tour guide, brain, and heart, of this tour) gives an AWESOME tour of the Fremont Neighborhood's public art scene. He tells a story of public art's intersections with and importance in the community. He is also extremely kind, social, and funny....More

Thank Sarah D
Reviewed 18 August 2016
The Fremont Tour is a very enjoyable walking tour of a Seattle neighborhood filled with great public art creations.

The guide, Rocket Man Superstar (Sort of) leads a fun - and periodically funny - walking tour of one of Seattle's most interesting - & slightly funky - neighborhoods (Fremont), with a focus on its fascinating public art creations. He's equally funky, but very agreeable...More

1  Thank ginnifam
Reviewed 8 August 2016 via mobile
We're All Fremonsters!

This amazing trip makes me realize what public arts can do to a community, and some interesting stories to know. It's so nice to be part of it, and I strongly recommend visitors to enjoy their trips in Fremont with this always-energetic tour guide.

Thank Quest804593
Reviewed 25 July 2016
Fantastic fun!

We had a great time on this tour! Our guide was entertaining and informative. Our kids range from age 1 to 21 and they were engaged the whole time by the creative presentations. Everyone learned something, even our daughter who lives there. It was a...More

Thank Busysat
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