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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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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.

Reviews (508)
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile
Brilliant!

Such a lovely little tour of Hobbiton. Our guide - Markus from Sweden, was such a great guy; really interested in his job and he kept us entertained! The stories of how the scenery fit in to the film scenes were very interesting. I also...More

Thank simonbT8830IT
Reviewed 2 days ago
Incredible

We went as a group of 4 as part of a 2-week trip around New Zealand, we had hired a car and drove to Hobbiton on our way to Rotorua from Hamilton. It was an incredible day out. The parking was easy and free, and...More

Thank beccaydwi
Reviewed 3 days ago
Incredible experience!!! A must-do for any LOTR fans.

This was a dream of mine as a LOTR fan and it exceeded all my expectations. We had a beautiful sunny day and it was like a dream. The staff are so organised and enthusiastic and our tour guide, Grace, injected so much humour and...More

Thank Suse89
Reviewed 4 days ago
A Must See if if You Are Local

Got to the Hobbiton just after midday and was hoping to get something to eat and drink but the place was packed and our private tour was waiting for us. Our tour guide was local and a wonderful lady who knew lots of the stories...More

Thank Noel18289
Reviewed 6 days ago
What a great experience

Had the best time visiting Hobbiton with my 6yo son. We had started reading the book prior but had not seen the movie. Was really cool how the village / movie set is being used. Was a great experience. And what do you think we...More

Thank nikidart13
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kmack112017
1 October 2018|
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Response from sk248 | Reviewed this property |
As far as I am aware you have to travel to their 2 pick up points which is near their movie set.
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Wesley T
17 September 2018|
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Response from marmadukelondon | Reviewed this property |
I dont know We booked the tour but had food in the nesrby town which has many good restaurants Enjoy Its worth the trip
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Gina R
11 September 2018|
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Response from Dr_Rebecca_P | Reviewed this property |
My understanding is that there are a few pick up points, and you book your ticket (which includes travel) for that specific pick up place. I can only remember Roturo being one of those pick up places. But there were others... More
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