Hobbiton Movie Set Day Tour
Adult 17yrs+ NZ$235.00
Child 9-16yrs NZ$175.00
Child 0-8yrs NZ$95.00
Includes modern guided transport, entry fees and all taxes
Minimum 2 Adults
Discounts available for groups of 5 or more
Prices are pick up and return Hamilton (Auckland, Tauranga and Rotorua also available)
Movie Set Discovery
Fantastic for all ages
Private luxury guided transfers from Hamilton (Auckland, Tauranga & Rotorua also available)
– Journey through lush rural farmland to the Hobbiton Movie Set
– Hobbiton Movie Set Guided Day Tour Experience
– Includes complimentary Ale, Cider or Ginger Beer
Times are an example only
8.15 am: Depart Hamilton Hotel or similar (Auckland, Tauranga & Rotorua also available)
9.30 am: Hobbiton Movie Set Guided Tour
12.15 pm: Depart Hobbiton
1.00 pm: Return Hamilton Hotel or similar
Add the wonderful Festive Feast (Lunch)
Here's Why People Love It:
One of New Zealand’s most beloved destinations. This wonderful tour is not only for Lord of the Rings fans but for everybody of all ages to enjoy a wonderful experience in Middle Earth as seen in The Lord of the Rings and The Hobbit film trilogies.
Depart Hamilton in your private luxury sedan or van. (Auckland, Tauranga & Rotorua also available)
On the most picturesque private farmland, you will experience the Hobbiton Movie Set from The Lord of the Rings and The Hobbit film trilogies in a fascinating two-hour guided tour.
For all Lord of the Rings fan & Hobbit fans, the Hobbiton Movie Set is a must see. Be guided through the amazing Hobbiton Village and learn about Peter Jackson’s vision for this movie from beginning to the end of its development. See the most famous house of all, Bilbo Baggins house, the Party Tree, Gardens and Lake and at the end of the fascinating tour visit the Green Dragon Inn for your complimentary Drink.
Lord of the Rings and Hobbit memorabilia are available at the fantastic gift store and café.
During your guided tour of this amazing location, you’ll see all 44 Hobbit holes, the Mill and the Green Dragon Inn, and learn how farmland was transformed into a living, breathing piece of Middle-earth. Take a photo at the door of Bilbo’s house, Bag End, looking out over the whole set at the hills in the distance