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

From US$59.70
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  • 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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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
Unique

We enjoyed our two hour tour very much. Drove to The Shire’s Rest and had morning tea in the cafe then bought a souvenir from the shop. Commentary started as soon as you were on the bus and Peter Jackson welcomed you from a movie...More

Thank JanMasterton
Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile
There and back again...

We thoroughly enjoyed our tour of hobbiton ! Was like being in the film itself. The views were great, our tour guide and bus driver were polite and informal. We had an amazing time there and would happily do it again. It is very highly...More

Thank Paige M
Reviewed 3 days ago
Not as cheesey as one would imagine

En route to Rotoruha as part of a wedding group after party, we chose the 2 hour walking tour as it was small. Our guide, Charlotte, a Somerset lady, was fabulous: enthusiastic and entertaining, gave us plenty of time for photographs and took group shots...More

Thank juliebarrett1964
Reviewed 4 days ago
Feeling Like The Hobbits

It's almost surreal to be the movie set of The Hobbits. I'm so excited to see the tiny movie set, the small houses stayed by the Hobbits... and a great ginger ale after the tour.

Thank SaharaFeliz
Reviewed 4 days ago
really wonderful place to visit even if not a LOR fan

very nice visit and tour with a great drink at the end .tour guide was very good .I am not sure about the dinner tour as there was no availability on my day but if i had to recommend something would be to book the...More

Thank vickicork
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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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Response from LarissaMay1969 | Reviewed this property |
You can book online but there is no rush. We booked the day before
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