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Hobbiton™ Movie Set 2-Hour Walking Tour from Shires Rest

Highlights
  • Hassle-free access with transportation to and from to the movie set
  • Learn about the set and the movies from your guide
  • Enjoy an intimate Hobbtion™ experience with a small group
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Hobbiton™ Movie Set 2-Hour Walking Tour from Shires Rest
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2 hour guided tour of Hobbiton Movie Set. 11am Departure.
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2 hour guided tour of Hobbiton Movie Set. 8:30am Departure.
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Overview

Hobbtion™ is the only intact set from the The Lord of the Rings and The Hobbit trilogies, spread over 12 acres. Don’t miss any of the highlights with a guide who takes your through the stories and scenes on the set during a 2-hour walking tour, which grants you access to places tour vehicles can't reach. Plus, included transportation to and from the set makes visiting easy and convenient.

What to Expect

Meet your driver, who transports you to the Hobbiton™ movie set. On this 2-hour tour, a guide takes you and your small group through the only intact set from the The Lord of the Rings and The Hobbit trilogies. As you explore the enormous set, you'll admire the Hobbit Holes™ tucked into the hillsides, visit the Mill, and wander the green paths of The Shire.

Stop in at the Green Dragon™ Inn, where you can taste a complimentary Hobbit™ Southfarthing™ beverage.

At the end of your guided walking tour, your driver will transport you away from the movie set.

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Reviewed yesterday
2nd time, even better

I really enjoy visiting Hobbiton. It's fun, it's magic, the staff are happy and engaged. The Party Tree is wonderful to look down upon from Bagend. The late afternoon tour is great. To see the sky change colour as the sun sets, ahhh. The feast...More

Thank Jeff H
Reviewed 3 days ago
AMAZING EXPERIENCE!!!

WOW. What a tour. I loved every minute of it. Even my wife who is not a huge LOTR fan loved it. Our tour guide was wonderful, the set is incredible. The dusk tour and feast at the Green Dragon Inn is a must!!! You...More

Thank Dave C
Reviewed 4 days ago
Jan is AMAZING

Someone needs to give Jan a promotion or a pay rise cause that woman is amazing!! She was so informative, funny and full of Hobbit knowledge. You can tell she is so passionate about her job and it made my experience that much better. The...More

Thank Megan W
Reviewed 5 days ago
Dreams come true

Dreams do come true and this hobbit returned to the Shire. Was a great well maintained place that had this special magical feel about it. Would go again

1  Thank Simon H
Reviewed 5 days ago via mobile
Living the movie

We suggest watch the Hobbit to greatly appreciate the setting of this enchanting movie set. Nevertheless, if you have not seen the movie, it still is a must-see and then watch the movie series.

Thank Ron O
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wongmeizhu
30 June 2018|
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Response from Shamus C | Reviewed this property |
Reach 30 mins before. There is only one counter for ticket purchase and they will direct you to waiting area. Also one area only so don't worry about tour companies. Buy your tickets online and in advance. They sell out... More
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musictn
21 June 2018|
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Response from Peter R | Reviewed this property |
You don't say how you will be arriving at Hobbiton, but if you are driving or on a tour bus leave it in the vehicle you arrive in.
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Ofelia62
29 April 2018|
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Response from Moniquepeep | Reviewed this property |
I am sorry, I was just a visitor like you good people and I do not know the answers. Some parts of the tour would accommodate wheelchair access but not all, from what I recall. There is some climbing along sort of narrow... More
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