The Top 20 Travel Locations From Famous TV Shows… #11 Is The Absolute Best.
When it comes to our favorite TV shows, it isn't only the characters that we fall in love with. We also fall in love with the settings. The spacious and humble apartments, the romantically lit parks, the happening restaurants, among other locations, both real and make-believe, drive our near obsessive attachments to stories that hadn't existed in our hearts previously.
Although avid TV fans today have the luxury of binge watching their favorite shows, we all face the same heartbreak of a season —and series — ended. But there are some remedies, temporary ones at least, to help you get by.
Below you'll find 20 TV show locations that'll help you extend the fantasy (or find closure). So cheer up, hop in the car, and mosey on over to your favorite ones.
#1. The Baltimore Museum of Art (House of Cards)
The Baltimore Museum of Art was used for filming a scene between Frank and Zoe in the pilot episode of House of Cards. Although the series is set in Washington D.C., much of the series is filmed in Charm City.
#2. The Sparrow Tavern (Orange Is the New Black)
If you're an Orange Is the New Black Vauseman fan (Alex Vause and Piper Chapman), definitely check out The Sparrow Tavern in Astoria, New York, where the leading ladies first met.
The Sparrow Tavern
#3. Highclere Castle (Downton Abbey)
Delight in the splendor that is Highclere Castle, Newbury, West Berkshire, the Victorian country house and setting for the critically acclaimed historical period drama Downton Abbey.
#4. Montgomery and Green Street, S.F. (Monk)
Don't want to stop in anywhere? Roam around the streets of San Francisco (Montgomery and Green Street) to recreate this photo of Adrian Monk.
#5. 66 Perry St (Sex & the City)
The closest you may ever get to stepping into Carrie Bradshaw's glamorous shoes is at her apartment on 66 Perry St (btw Bleeker & W 4th St), New York, NY.
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