This whimsical guidepost that points in 16 different directions – including the Troll, the Lenin statue and the Milky Way – appeared...
Fremont Sunday Market
People come from all over town for this market. It features fresh fruit and vegetables, arts and crafts, and all kinds of people getting...
Statue of Lenin
Fremont's provocative bronze statue of Lenin was salvaged from the people of Poprad, Czechoslovakia in 1993 who, having suffered for 40...
A bit of a dive – but a not unpleasant one – this is one of two local live-music stalwarts. It hosts rock primarily for small-name bands...
It's as simple as P-I-E. Bake fresh pies daily on site, stuff them with homemade fillings (sweet and savory), and serve them in a cool,...
cnr Evanston Ave & N 35th St · interesting places nearby
Fremont Rocket information
Fremont has adopted this phallic and zany-looking rocket sticking out of shoe shop as its community totem. Constructed in the 1950s for use in the Cold War, the rocket was plagued with difficulties and never actually went anywhere, leaving the engineering team with the unfortunate problem of ‘not being able to get it up.’ Before coming to Fremont, it was affixed to an army surplus store in Belltown. When the store went out of business, the Fremont Business Association snapped it up in 1994.