Discover the real Middle-Earth at the Hobbiton ™ Movie Set near Matamata in the North Island of New Zealand. On the most picturesque private farmland you can visit ...
Visit the home of Bilbo and the other hobbits in Matanarta, New Zealand.
Hill Top is still as it was then, and is now the most visited literary shrine in the Lake District. See the official page for opening times. Hill Top house is closed ...
Visit the home of Beatrix Potter and wander the town of Sawrey, which was purchased with the earnings from her first book. Squirrel Nutkin sailed along Derwentwater and The Tale of Johnny Townmouse was set in Hawkshead.
Narni is one of the most fascinating cities of the Umbria region in Italy and offers a nice glimpse of the urban architecture from the Roman, medieval and Renaissance era
Though unofficial, Narni and Narnia have many things in common. It's definitely a must for those who love C.S. Lewis's The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe.
Visit Alnwick Castle for a day out to fire the imagination. Discover sumptuous State Rooms, the medieval Knight’s Quest arena, dragons and magic.
Don't pass up your chance to visit the real inspiration behind Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry.
Concord, MA 01742 USA. General Phone: 978.369.4118 ... Louisa May Alcott’s Orchard House (circa 1690) is most noted for being home to the talented Alcott family,
If you've read Little Women, then you have intimate knowledge of Orchard House. Now you can visit the setting of your favorite story which is also where the book was written.
Green Gables, located in Cavendish in the Prince Edward Island National Park, is a popular tourist destination. Each year hundreds of thousands of visitors from ...
The inspiration for the book, you can also stroll through the Haunted Woods or down Lover's Lane. Many of the cafes also serve raspberry cordials.
Allerton Castle is maintained by The Rolph Foundation as a private Country House and is available for Weddings, Corporate Events, Private Events and for Coach Tours ...
Ashdown Forest Tourism Association promotes over 150 businesses across the area from East Grinstead to Uckfield and West Hoathly to Tunbridge Wells. Our
A.A. Milne often walked through Ashdown Forest and gained inspiration from it for the Hundred Acre Wood and to create Winnie the Pooh.