Hobbiton, the fantastic village from Middle-Earth has become a permanent attraction in our real world. Now you can enjoy the life of Hobbits in the real-life Hobbiton in New Zealand.
Peter Jackson, the director of The Lord of the Rings trilogy and The Hobbit trilogy found the Alexander farm in Matamata in the North Island of New Zealand in 1998, then the farm became Hobbiton, the village of Hobbits in the two movie trilogies. Now all buildings and facilities in the village have been retained, which welcome visitors from all over the world to experience the life of hobbits in the Hobbit holes and the Green Dragon Inn and Bar.
via My Modern Met