15 Real Movie & TV Locations You Can Actually Visit

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13. Tributes’ Quarters and Training Center, The Hunger Games
Another great location from the Hunger Games. Unlike the Swan House, the Marriott Marquis Hotel in Atlanta was chosen for its ginormous entrance and beautiful futuristic glass elevators. The living quarters of the Tributes were filmed all the way up on the 10th floor and the rest of the set was built on the roof.

The atrium of architect and real estate developer John Portman's Atlanta Marriott Marquis. Photo credit: Michael Portman. HANDOUT PHOTO - NOT FOR RESALE

13. Tributes' Quarters and Training Center, The Hunger Games 2

 

 

14. The island from Lost
Any fan of the Lost series would give an arm and a leg to take part in some of the adventures seen on the show, but did you know you can explore that very island yourself? Oahu is the third largest island in Hawaii and is regularly visited by tourists who love beaches, as well as people wanting to recreate the magic of Lost. To this day you can still see parts of the set like the open kitchen and parts of the plane.

14. The island from Lost 1

14. The island from Lost 2

 

 

15. Nakatomi Plaza, Die Hard
Remember that Christmas at Nakatomi Plaza with Bruce Willis, guns and a bunch of terrorists? Located at 2121 Avenue of the Stars, the Fox Plaza, which is the 20th Century Fox HQ in LA, was basically a giant movie set. Most of the “Die Hard” was filmed there and the building was not even finished. The same building was featured in other movies too like, for example, Speed, Fight Club and Airheads, all of which were released by 20th century Fox, of course.

15. Nakatomi Plaza, Die Hard 1

15. Nakatomi Plaza, Die Hard 2

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