Ever love a show so much that you actually picture yourself on set with the characters? Well, what if I told you that you can actually make that happen? Many productions are shot in real, live locations that you can actually visit yourself, making you feel part of the real show or movie. Many times these locations become famous long after the movie or television scenes are done filming because people like you and I want to visit and feel part of it. The following locations are ones you may want to take a look at and consider visiting. You never know, they may just make you feel like a movie star yourself.
1. The Shining
The Stanley Hotel, located in Estes Park, Colorado, is the inspiration for the novel, The Shining. In fact, the book’s author, Stephen King, actually stayed here. This led to the television mini-series being filmed here. You can also visit The Timberline Hotel in Oregon, which is where Stanley Kubrick shot some of the exterior pieces of his movie adaption of The Shining.
There is perhaps no better known comedy show then Seinfeld. And now, you can feel part of it. Tom’s Restaurant in New York was actually used as the exterior location for Monk’s Diner in Seinfeld. Even though the show is no longer being filmed, tourists still flock to the area.