We all watched movies while growing up. Movies that we watched in our childhood or adolescents shape our memories. It’s quite hard to forget some characters and stories of the celluloid. Some places become etched in our memories. Here are five real-life classic places that cinephiles should visit once in their lifetime.
Ghostbusters Firehouse; New York
If you are a fan of ‘’Ghostbusters’’ you are probably familiar with iconic NYC Hook & Ladder 8 fire station. The station built in 1903, was chosen as the set of the iconic ghostbuster by the writer Dan Aykroyd.
The Making of Harry Potter, Warner Bros. Studios
Released in 1998, the Harry Potter series of books and movies has occupied a large place of many of our childhood. It was the first ever movie which centered around 3 teen young children. Many of us grew up with Harry, Hermione, and Ron. However, movie and book lovers of Happy Potter can have a magical experience visiting the Warner Bros Studios of Hogwarts which is a combination of a museum and the movie set.
Lord of the Rings, New Zealand
If you need to cater you middle earth experience, you need to visit the Queenstown of New Zealand. The Queenstown was originally designed for the movie’s set. It has since been preserved as the museum. The surrounding of the small village is sure to give you middle-earth flavor.
The Biltmore Hotel, Los Angeles
Biltmore hotel is one of the places where movies like Chinatown, Beverly Hills Cop, Bachelor Party, True Lies, Dave, Ocean’s 11, The Nutty Professor, Fight Club were shot. It’s one of the iconic sites movie lovers should visit once in their lifetime.
The London Film Museum, London
The movie museum situated in London has the creative array of movie sets to movie costumes. The museum stores different props used in feature films as well as how the movies were made.