Results for - Abandoned Movie Sets You Can Still Visit Part 2

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Tim Burton's fantastical Big Fish takes place in the fictional town of Spectre, Alabama, along the banks of the Alabama River. The entire town was built for the purpose of filming in, located within Millbrook, Alabama at Jackson Lake Island. While the once idyllic town is currently in various states of decay, the now private property remains open for tourists to explore. For just a small bridge toll, guests can lose themselves among the rundown streets and last surviving buildings. Would you like to visit this movie set?

1. Tim Burton's fantastical Big Fish takes place in the fictional town of Spectre, Alabama, along the banks of the Alabama River. The entire town was built for the purpose of filming in, located within Millbrook, Alabama at Jackson Lake Island. While the once idyllic town is currently in various states of decay, the now private property remains open for tourists to explore. For just a small bridge toll, guests can lose themselves among the rundown streets and last surviving buildings. Would you like to visit this movie set?

Yes
35%
797 votes
No
62%
1,429 votes
I have visited it
3%
74 votes
The production team behind The Hunger Games took the already abandoned town of Henry River Mill Village in North Carolina and transformed it into District 12, birthplace of Katniss Everdeen. Now, the property is privately owned and open for walking tours and photo opportunities. However, this town has been rumored to be haunted, but if you're willing to brave the trip, you'll get an up close and personal look at a major Hunger Games filming location. Would you like to visit this movie set?

2. The production team behind The Hunger Games took the already abandoned town of Henry River Mill Village in North Carolina and transformed it into District 12, birthplace of Katniss Everdeen. Now, the property is privately owned and open for walking tours and photo opportunities. However, this town has been rumored to be haunted, but if you're willing to brave the trip, you'll get an up close and personal look at a major Hunger Games filming location. Would you like to visit this movie set?

Yes
32%
737 votes
No
65%
1,493 votes
I have visited it
3%
70 votes
Fans of Peter Jackson's Lord of the Rings trilogy will be happy to know that strolling through The Shire can become reality. The hobbit-sized dwellings were built among the farmland of Matamata, New Zealand, and are still there today. In fact, they were rebuilt when The Hobbit franchise was being filmed in the early 2010s, and have been preserved in tip-top shape. Now, there are locals who host tours of the many quaint gardens, hobbit holes, double-arch bridges, and more. Would you like to visit this movie set?

3. Fans of Peter Jackson's Lord of the Rings trilogy will be happy to know that strolling through The Shire can become reality. The hobbit-sized dwellings were built among the farmland of Matamata, New Zealand, and are still there today. In fact, they were rebuilt when The Hobbit franchise was being filmed in the early 2010s, and have been preserved in tip-top shape. Now, there are locals who host tours of the many quaint gardens, hobbit holes, double-arch bridges, and more. Would you like to visit this movie set?

Yes
46%
1,058 votes
No
51%
1,173 votes
I have visited it
3%
69 votes
Robert Altman and his crew spent seven months constructing the fictional seaside village of Sweethaven in Malta for the 1980 film Popeye, starring Robin Williams and Shelley Duvall. Once filming wrapped, the town was left standing on its own. In the following years, the charming set was converted into Popeye Village, which operates as a theme park with boat rides and restaurants. Would you like to visit this movie site?

4. Robert Altman and his crew spent seven months constructing the fictional seaside village of Sweethaven in Malta for the 1980 film Popeye, starring Robin Williams and Shelley Duvall. Once filming wrapped, the town was left standing on its own. In the following years, the charming set was converted into Popeye Village, which operates as a theme park with boat rides and restaurants. Would you like to visit this movie site?

Yes
42%
974 votes
No
54%
1,252 votes
I have visited it
3%
74 votes
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