Die-hard fans might want to consider a Lord of the Rings tour, which often includes costumes to re-enact scenes and you can do this at Hobbiton, and other spots around the country.
You can potter around the village in The Shire, have a cider in the Green Dragon pub, have a little dance under the Party Tree, and even visit Frodo at Bag End.
It is the location for the Dead Marshes that Gollum leads Frodo and Sam through where they see the faces in the water.
Experience what it would be like to be Frodo and Sam and climb even closer to the fiery depths of Mordor.
Known for the scene in LOTR where Gandalf whistles for his majestic horse Shaowfax. It is also where Aragorn tracks the Hobbits’ trail into the forest.
It is filmed in LOTR in The Fellowship of the Ring when the Hobbits hide from the ringwraiths on the walking track. It is also where Merry breaks his carrot!