I thought this might be a bit too touristy-it was incredible. An absolute must-do as this movie set has been carefully re-created in everiy detail to take you away! The pub and village were incredibl...
Actually, a total must for everyone. We went on the banquet tour, which was quiet and only the one group so no other group was yapping on our heals. Beautiful setting and Peter Jacksons vision of the ...
Whitianga, Coromandel Peninsula, Waikato Region, North Island
Amazing experience, I can highly recommend this place!!!
The whole experience was amazing, the tour guides Sonny and Kevin were great they even drove us home to our Motel. I would highly recommend this place to visit it was fun from start to finish . We did...
If you are visiting the North Island of New Zealand then definitely precook tickets to Hobbit Village! Prebook because I saw a lot of people turned away. I enjoyed the Lord of the Rings books and movies but you don’t need to be a fan to enjoy this site. I knew I was visiting a movie set but I didn’t realize it was still a working sheep ranch! The tours were well timed and I didn’t feel rushed. It was a place I’d visit again. The hobbit houses all really open up and you’re able to step inside some of them.
The Hobbit Village is the main filming site for the film Lord of the Rings and The Hobbit. It is located in the small town of Matamata, 150 km south of Auckland, New Zealand. In 1998, director Peter Jackson was here and even used New Zealand. The army established this shooting site.
Every scene is so exquisite, seeing the tour guide's intentions on the details, there is a fake tree on the cave, the film crew specially imported 200,000 pieces of plastic leaves from Taiwan, and then a piece of glue from the staff On the trunk made of iron and silica gel, it is enough to see that their intentions are good.
Hobbit, refers to the location of the film of the King of the Rings, and is the purest Middle-earth in the director's mind. Blue sky and white clouds, mountains and rolling hills, as well as cute little Hobbit houses, you can imagine that they are here for the sunset and the leisurely little days. Away from the reality, here is the most beautiful Middle-earth world that we all yearn for!
Hobbiton Hobbiton is located on the outskirts of Matamata Township, Matamata, North Island, New Zealand. It is the location of the film The Lord of the Rings trilogy and The Hobbit. Many movie fans come here to revisit the details of the film. Hobby has more buses to Hobbit Village every day. Each car has an English-speaking tour guide. The tour guide will take visitors through different scenes and will also take photos for tourists. At present, there are 44 Hobbit caves in Hobbit Village. The wooden doors of the caves are round and different in color. There are many bright flowers and plants around the caves, and the clothes of the Hobbits are drying. The table is made of Hobbits on the outside table. Honey and handicrafts, there are also sold bread stalls, salted fish stalls and so on. There are also refurbished vegetable fields, clear lakes, narrow mountain paths, stone arch bridges and green dragon taverns. Chinese tour guide service is currently available and reservation is required.
Hobbit Village is part of Woodley Park and the set for the movies Lord of the Rings and The Hobbit. At present, there are dozens of hobbit caves in Hobbit Village, each of which has a unique design. Entering the scenic spot, you can see the semicircular cave houses inhabited by the Hobbits, along with stone arch bridges, mountain paths, fences and gardens, forming an idyllic picture with a magical feeling.