10 Film Locations You Must Visit Before You Die


Save for the first few minutes at Disneyland or the aforementioned Inception Bridge, few places will make you feel like you’ve been taken from the real world and thrown into a movie like Hobbiton in New Zealand. Unlike most movie sets, which are either temporarily constructed in studio spaces or rented out for short periods of time while the movie is being produced, Hobbiton was built specially for filming the Lord of the Rings and Hobbit trilogies, and then preserved as a tourist destination. The town includes the famous “holes in the ground” that hobbits lived in, as well as the Green Dragon Inn.