Obscura Day 2017! Join our global celebration of exploration and discovery.
May 6

Seattle, Washington

Fremont Walking Tour

Join Seattle Obscura Society for a neighborhood walking tour, as we uncover the ups and downs, the ins and outs, and the past, present and future of Fremont, Seattle.

Fremont is one of Seattle’s oldest, quirkiest, and most beloved neighborhoods. Known (officially) as the "Center of the Universe," strange oddities greet visitors around every corner. 

Join guide Megan Hanna as we learn about the history of this neighborhood and see firsthand what makes it so eclectic. From an original piece of the Berlin Wall, to a statue of Lenin, to a bridge troll, adventurers will see it all, as we celebrate what makes Fremont so wonderfully unique.  

Details

  • Meet outside ETG Coffee: 3512 Fremont Pl N, Seattle, WA 98103.
  • The tour is entirely outside and will run rain or shine.
  • We will be walking approximately one mile, so please wear comfortable walking and water-resistant shoes.
  • Tour is family friendly but children must be accompanied by a parent or guardian.
  • Tour is ADA accessible on the sidewalks and streets.
  • Street parking is available, but participants are encouraged to arrive by public transportation. 
  • No public restrooms will be available during the tour.

Questions?

Email Jared Steed: [email protected]

Advance ticket sales only. All ticket sales are final. No refunds or exchanges.

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