What is it like to visit Hobbiton in New Zealand?
It's actually better than you might think...
I've visited a couple of times when I've had family over here visiting New Zealand. The first time I went, I fully expected a cheesy tourist attraction, with bits of the old film sets set-up for photo opportunities. However I was blown away by the place.
The ‘village' genuinely feels like a small hamlet. The staff there keep the place looking and feeling like it's in regular use: vegetable patches are bursting with produce, plants and flowers are everywhere, insects buzz about lazily, washing hangs from lines... It's beautiful!
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