Some movie sets have mesmerizing effects on viewers and all you wish that time is visiting that sublime beauty at that course of time.
With the Battle of Five Armies, the final installment of Peter Jacksons film adaptations of The Hobbit.
Hobbit is one of the Hollywood movies that depicts the most serene and blissful topographic regions of “Shire” a place where the main lead of the movie Hobbits belong.
It’s like walking through another world, an alternate dimension, a fantasy land that is too perfect to exist in the real world. If you don’t take pictures, your mind will be convinced it was only a dream. And the complimentary beer from Green Dragon is excellent.
The creators of the set have preserved the essence of the movie. According to H.T., the set will remain exactly as is for the foreseeable future, and if you’re thinking about visiting, you’ll also be able to take part in a two-hour guided tour of the entire set. I don’t know about you but I’m starting my hobbiton fund today!
“The set has been completely rebuilt for The Hobbit and will remain as it was seen in these films and The Lord of the Ringsfilm trilogy. During your tour you will see Hobbit Holes, The Green Dragon Inn, The Mill, double arched bridge and other structures and gardens built for the films.” – Hobbiton Tours