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  • The Return of the King - Paths of the Dead on Random Lord of the Rings Sets You Can Visit in Real Life

    (#9) The Return of the King - Paths of the Dead

    Further up the coast from Wellington, past the Waitarere Forest is the Wairarapa Region. In this area you can find the Putangirua Pinnacles, an eerie place where Aragorn, Gilmli, and Legolas sought the Paths of the Dead. The place is enormous, surreal, and stunning.
  • The Two Towers - Edoras on Random Lord of the Rings Sets You Can Visit in Real Life

    (#10) The Two Towers - Edoras

    The main city of the Rohan people is just as gorgeous in real life as it is in the film. They shot all of Edoras on Mount Sunday, an enormous sheer-sided hill in the Ashburton District. Once there you can either park and walk to the site, or even eat and stay the night at the nearby Mount Potts Station.
  • The Fellowship of the Ring - River Anduin on Random Lord of the Rings Sets You Can Visit in Real Life

    (#7) The Fellowship of the Ring - River Anduin

    The Waiau River (between Te Anau, where they filmed the Fanghorn Forest, and Manapouri) was used as the River Anduin. So if you'd like to do some rafting and re-create the scene in which the Fellowship paddles south from Lothlorien, this is the place to do it. The surrounding mountains were also used as backdrops for Rivendell. There's even a place to bungee jump there!
  • The Two Towers - Osgiliath Wood on Random Lord of the Rings Sets You Can Visit in Real Life

    (#14) The Two Towers - Osgiliath Wood

    If you head to Wellington, New Zealand, cruise up the coast keep an eye out for Waitarere Forest. These are the woods that were used as Osgiliath Wood. Vehicles are not permitted inside without a permit, but it's home to miles of fantastic walking and biking trails.
  • The Fellowship of the Ring - Hobbiton on Random Lord of the Rings Sets You Can Visit in Real Life

    (#3) The Fellowship of the Ring - Hobbiton

    On Alexander Farm, near Matamata, sits the location they used for Hobbition. Or, more or less grew for Hobbiton. It took about a year of prep to grow and shape all the plants required to make Hobbiton what it was. This particular location is on privately owned land, but tours are available.
  • The Two Towers - Lothlorien on Random Lord of the Rings Sets You Can Visit in Real Life

    (#12) The Two Towers - Lothlorien

    The location used for Lothlorien is actually a great two-for-one for Lord of the Rings die hards. Not only was the Fernside Lodge used as the home of Galadriel, queen of the elves, it was also used as the location for Smeagol and Deagol's battle for the one ring. If those two iconic set pieces in one visit don't sell you, nothing will.

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All the shots of the Lord of the Rings trilogy were filmed in New Zealand, and the crew and casts experienced the real Middle-earth world in a beautiful filming location. The lush country roads and blue glaciers of Middle-earth have attracted many fans. Nowadays, many tourists flock to New Zealand to enjoy these beautiful sceneries in the movies.

Have you watched this movie series? So many filming locations have become worldwide famous attractions, here the random tool introduced 18 of the most beautiful film sets that people can visit in real life, such as the quiet town in the movie, the Shire has undergone reconstruction and now remains a permanent attraction.

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