Venturing Into Hobbiton’s First Ever Hobbit Hole: 12 Photos That I Took In There

Venturing Into Hobbiton’s First Ever Hobbit Hole: 12 Photos That I Took In There

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Something quite exciting has been happening at Hobbiton Movie Set over the past 9 months, and for the first time, visitors to New Zealand's iconic attraction can now venture beyond the door and explore a real-life hobbit hole... behold, Bagshot Row!

I've had the absolute pleasure of documenting the new build, and seeing the amount of work, care, and love that has gone into this project has been awe-inspiring.

Fans from all over the world will be flocking to New Zealand to explore a humble hobbit's home! Here are a few of my completed images to get you excited!

More info: hobbitontours | instagram

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Keywords: Hobbit Hole | Hobbiton Movie Set | New Zealand | Iconic attraction | Reality | Cinema | Traveling

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