8 Filming Locations You Can Actually Visit
Yavin 4: A rebel sentry monitors the approach of the Millennium Falcon, surveying the lush forest canopy of Yavin 4 as stone pyramids rise in the distance.
Mars (The Martian): When searching for a location to stand in for the surface of another world, a site colloquially known as the Valley of the Moon is a good place to start.
Camelot: Gather your coconuts and prepare to calculate the airspeed of an unladen swallow.
Jurassic Park: The Hawaiian islands were the locations for some of Jurassic Park’s most memorable scenes.
King’s Landing: The HBO series Game of Thrones brings to life the many locations of George R.R. Martin’s fantasy world.
Downton Abbey: For six seasons, viewers around the world were transfixed by the Crawley family and its servants, suitors, and scandals.
Hobbiton: Unlike the other locations in this list, the Shire is a wholly artificial set.
Luke Skywalker’s Home: In an early scene in Star Wars Episode IV—A New Hope, Luke Skywalker memorably says of his home world of Tatooine.