Experience the real Middle-earth with a visit to the Hobbiton Movie Set, featured in The Lord of the Rings and The Hobbit films. When Peter Jackson found the Alexander Farm for the finest feasible places to film The Lord of The Rings shoot series during a North Island aerial quest, he instantly believed it was ideal for Hobbiton.
Construction of the site began in March 1999 and filming continued for three months in December of that year. The set was reconstructed in 2011 for "The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey" feature movies, "The Hobbit: Smaug's Desolation," and "The Hobbit: There and Back Again."
It is now a permanent attraction complete with hobbit holes, gardens, bridge, Mill and The Green Dragon Inn.
This is a truly iconic site which conjures up memories of the wonderful '' Lord Of The Rings'' movies and books that most people have been made aware of during their lifetime.
Bring water, wear a sunhat, and use sunscreen. It is suitable for families young and old. After the tour is over, they take you to an onsite pub which was also part of the movie set. It was all very impressive.
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