Well LoTR's fans, this is it. The Hobbit: The Battle of Five Armies is nearly here. And the finale film of Peter Jacksons Hobbit adaptations has made it to the the last chapter. If you're anything like me you bought your tickets weeks ago, and you've been preparing to spend the entire movie sobbing uncontrollably. In celebration of the grand finale, here's a few places that will help ease your LoTR's depression. So grab your hairy feet, your collectors item Sting, and head out to seek adventure on a journey there and back again.
*Warning.The above video
may will cause ugly crying.
Yeah, okay, it might not be a cozy hobbit hole, but Adventure Suits is still a badass fantasy themed hotel, with rooms ranging anywhere between a 70s love shack, all the way to a full-on Game of Thrones suit. Each of the hotels many rooms is tailored towards a ton of different awesome, weird, funny, and completely unique experiences... Not to mention the amazing view of the mountains, and the outdoor fire pits. You might never want to leave.
The Hobbit houses' are a series of fantastical homes created by Disney artist Joseph Lawrence. And though the homes have appeared in a handful of Hollywood movies, it was only coincidence that they resembled P.J's vision of the Shire. The homes are private property so stick to the sidewalk for your pictures!
Do you love beer and gigantic deep-fried turkey legs? Do you love corset-clad ladies with bountiful breasts and terrible British accents? If you answered yes to all of the above, you need to stop whatever you're doing and head to the ORF right now! You don't have to be a fantasy dork to appreciate all the awesomeness! Huzzah!
4. Wizard Quest
If you're looking for adventure, this three-story, live-action roll playing theme park lets you explore a world any fantasy geek would go crazy over. Explore the Wizard Quest universe, solve the puzzles, and rescue the Wizards to complete your mission. You can pretend it's Gandalf if you want... we all know he needed some help from time to time.
Don't laugh. Medieval Times is more fun than anyone person should be allowed to have in one place. There's nothing more fun than grabbing your pals, hitting the tournament, having a few adult beverages, and cheering like a total a-hole for your Knight!