20 Real Life Locations Where Some Of Your Favorite Movies Were Filmed.
If you ever want to feel like Julia Roberts in “Pretty Woman,” then come and stay at this hotel.
The Regent Beverly Wilshire at 9500 Wilshire Boulevard was where Julia Roberts' character, Vivian, got a taste of what it was like to live a life of luxury after becoming acquainted with a millionaire. But most suites cost anywhere from a grand to $3000, so you might want to settle for a selfie outside of the hotel.
The odds of you finding a vampire with glowing skin in the middle of a forest are slim to none.
However, if you loved “Twilight,” then you can visit Silver Falls State Park, which is about 26 miles from Salem, Oregon. This where the scene between Bella and Edward were shot. So, bring a camera to take snaps of some of the waterfalls in the area. And bring a wooden stake just in case.
Hogwarts may have been magical, but there’s something totally holy about the real-life location.
If you’re ever in England, then visit the 11th century Gloucester Cathedral. This divine place was used as the ideal setting for Hogwarts, the school used to train witches and wizards in the “Harry Potter” film series.
Fans of “Forrest Gump” can visit the place where Forrest made his speech during the anti-war protest.
You remember the scene where the mic gets sabotaged, and then Jenny starts screaming Forrest’s name. Well, you might get into trouble if you leap across the water the way she did. But you can take a stroll along the walkway of the Lincoln Memorial in Washington, DC, where the scene took place.
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