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19 Locations From Your Favorite TV Shows That You Can Visit in Real Life

Are you a television junkie? Does the thought of visiting some of your favorite TV shows filming locations excite you? If you answered yes, you should definitely consider adding these locations to your ‘to-visit’ bucket list.

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Game of Thrones: Kings Road and the Haunted Forest

Game of Thrones is filmed throughout many locations in Northern Ireland. The scenic backdrops of mountains, moorlands and forests are what make it a prime filming spot. Visit the Tollymore Forest Park in County Down, the location where the White Walkers began to march into the realm of men – known as the Haunted Forest in the show. Also visit the spot where Arya disguised herself as a boy to avoid being captured – Kingsroad or Pollnagollum Cave.

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The Vampire Diaries: The Mystic Grill

Located in Covington, Georgia – fictionally Mystic Falls, VA – you can actually visit the location where a lot of the shows drama went down, The Mystic Grill. Take a Mystic Falls Tour to see the Mystic Grill, Town Square and the Gilbert House.

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Breaking Bad: the Whites’ House

This high school chemistry teacher turned drug dealer lived in this average looking home located in Albuquerque, New Mexico. The home was a very significant part of the show and it was used in many of the shows scenes. You can actually drive by and see the home today. It’s located at 3828 Piermont Drive, Albuquerque, New Mexico 87112.

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Sabrina the Teenage Witch: The Spellman Residence

90’s kids will be happy to know that they can actually visit the home of Sabrina Spellman and her magical cat Salem. The house is actually a Victorian Mansion located on East Main Street in Freehold, New Jersey.

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Downtown Abbey: The Castle

Get up close and personal with the real Downtown Abbey, also known as Highclere Castle. Take a self-guided or group tour and explore the castle and nearby village where many of the scenes were shot. Highclere Castle is located in Highclere Park, United Kingdom.

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Scandal: Olivia Pope’s Office Building

This popular television series debuted in April 2012. If you want to visit the place where Olivia gets down to business, Olivia Pope & Associates, look no further than the top floors of the Palace Theatre in Los Angeles, California. If you want to visit the location where they shoot the interior scenes of Olivia’s office head to Sunset-Gower Studios.

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Orange is the New Black: Dmitri’s Russian Deli

Orange is the New Black is filmed throughout various locations in New York City. Possibly some of the most famous scenes in Season 1 were filmed at Dmitri’s restaurant, which is actually Rosario’s Deli. It is a delicious Italian deli located in Astoria, Queens.

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Seinfeld: The Diner

Possibly one of the most familiar images to Seinfeld fans is the exterior shots of the diner. Jerry Seinfeld and his friends knew this diner as Monks when in real life it’s actually Tom’s Restaurant. It is located at 112th and Broadway on the Upper West Side of Manhattan.

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Friends: Monica’s Apartment

Located in New York City is the apartment building that was used for exterior shots on the television show Friends. Monica’s apartment was one of the most used set pieces in the show. The building that Monica, Rachel, Chandler, and Joey lived in is located on 90 Bedford Street in New York.

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It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia: Paddy’s Pub

Fans may remember Paddy’s Pub from Season 5, “The Great Recession.” The exterior scenes of the pub are actually those of Mac’s Tavern, which is located in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. You can go there today and enjoy delicious cocktails and tavern cuisine. The exact location is 226 Market St, Philadelphia, PA 19106.

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American Horror Story: Miss Robichaux’s Academy

American Horror Story fans know this mansion as the academy for young witches. They are enrolled once their powers have been uncovered. However, in real life it is actually the Buckner Mansion. It’s located in the Garden District of New Orleans at 1410 Jackson Ave.

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Sex and the City: Magnolia Bakery

Visit the location where Carrie tells Miranda about her major crush, while eating delicious cupcakes at a bakery – Magnolia Bakery. It is said that Sex and the City contributed to the success of this bakery. It is located at 401 Bleecker St in New York City.

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Beverly Hills, 90210: West Beverly Hills High School

This famous television series aired from 1990 to 2000. It followed the lives of friends in an upscale community located in Beverly Hills, California. You can drive by and visit the famous West Beverly Hills High School. It is actually called Torrance High School which is located in Torrance, California.

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House of Cards: The Baltimore Museum of Art

Although this popular Netflix series is set in Washington D.C., the majority of the scenes were actually filmed in Baltimore. In Season 1, fans may remember a couple of meetups between Zoe and Frank. These scenes were filmed in the Baltimore Museum of Art and the Walters Art Gallery.

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The Cosby Show: The Cosby House

The Huxtables spent a lot of time in their home – the Cosby house. Some of the most memorable scenes were filmed right outside the front door of this famous brownstone. You can actually drive by this iconic location today; it’s located on Stigwood Avenue in Brooklyn Heights, New York.

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Lost: Police Beach- Oahu

Visit the iconic beach where episodes of the television series Lost were filmed – Police Beach, a remote beach in Oahu, Hawaii. The backshore of the beach is private property. While you are there visit the various surf spots located offshore. *See: The Best Family-Friendly Adventures in Hawaii.

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The Walking Dead: Woodbury

Walking Dead fans, you will be excited to know that you can actually walk through the town were some of the most famous scenes of the show were filmed. In Season 3, episodes were shot on Main Street in Senoia, Georgia. Also visit the famous “hospital” in the show – a commercial building that was used to portray the exterior. It’s located on Bolton Road in Atlanta, Georgia.

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The Sopranos: Lake House

Fans may recognize this house as the set for the vacation home in the episode “Soprano Home Movies.” Fans are led to believe that this is a cottage near the Canada border. However, in real life, this location is simply a house right near Lake Oscawana in Putnam Valley, New York. This location was also used in the filming of Mona Lisa Smile.

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Law & Order: New York City

Law & Order was filmed in various locations throughout New York City. The courthouse scenes were filmed in Manhattan’s Foley Square. Pete’s Tavern is a bar in Union Square that often appears in the show as a spot to hang out after a long day. Other locations that have been filmed for the show include Riverside Park, Chelsea Piers and the Market Diner.

19 Locations From Your Favorite TV Shows That You Can Visit in Real Life