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6 thoughts on “Wouldn’t it be Cool to Live in a Hobbit Town?”
are there plans some where on how to build or blue prints on how to make
I’ve not seen any. Would love to see more real hobbit homes built though.
The Extended DVD version of LOTR Fellowship of the Ring has lots of drawings & photos of Bilbo’s house including a brief view of the plan in the Appendices (special features disks)
I want to see what they look like inside? How big are they? It looks like they are built into the hill side. Can I get information on these homes?
They were made for the movie as a set – so sadly not much on the inside.
when i visited the site a few years ago, you could only go in one hobbit hole, Bilbo/Frodo’s hole, (even though there are quite a few scattered over the hillside, the rest were just facades) and there was enough room for about 5 or 6 people to stand hunched over. kids love it though, just the right size for them!
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