3 Film Locations You Can Visit in the U.S.

Emma Stone and Ryan Gosling in
Emma Stone and Ryan Gosling in "La La Land"

Are you dying to visit some new places? If you’re a film buff there are plenty of film locations you can visit that are right in your backyard. Some of your favorite films may have been filmed just a short drive from your house. Instead of just seeing the beauty of these spots on your screen, why not see them in person? Here are three movie locations you can visit in the U.S.

Griffith Park, Los Angeles, California (La La Land)

Did you love Mia and Sebastian’s performance of “A Lovely Night”? Well, you can recreate it in Griffith Park in Los Angeles. The park isn’t far from the art-deco style Griffith Observatory, which has amazing views of the city and a planetarium.

Tiffany & Co. Flagship Store, New York City, New York (Breakfast At Tiffany’s)

Get in touch with Old Hollywood at the iconic NYC Tiffany & Co. store where Audrey Hepburn ate crossiants and coffee. The store’s Blue Box Cafe, which will reopen in 2022, has a full breakfast menu with dishes like Tiffany Tea with finger sandwiches and petite desserts. There’s also world-class shopping on Fifth Avenue.

Chippewa Square, Savannah, Georgia (Forrest Gump)

Sit where the famous bench scene where Forest waits for the bus in Chippewa Square. Savannah, Georgia has a rich history, tons of shops and restaurants, and amazing architecture.