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Suivez les traces de Bilbon, Frodon et Gandalf lors d'une visite d'une excursion d'une demi-journée Le Seigneur des Anneaux au départ de Wellington. Vous verrez l'endroit où la Terre du milieu a été créée dans la magnifique campagne de Nouvelle-Zélande lors de cette excursion Le Seigneur des Anneaux au départ de Wellington, et découvrez pourquoi la pittoresque région a été choisie pour tourner les célèbres films « Le Seigneur des Anneaux » et « Le Hobbit ». Visitez la base de production de Wellington du réalisateur Peter Jackson, les Studios Weta, pour découvrir les lieux où la production de LOTR et du Hobbit a été terminé, et découvrez les coulisses lors de cette excursion unique d'une demi-journée au départ de Wellington.
Excursion d'une demi-journée "Le Seigneur des Anneaux" au départ de WellingtonExplorez la Terre du Milieu et découvrez les lieux célèbres des films "Le Seigneur des Anneaux"Visitez le cinéma "Embassy Movie Theatre" où les premières des films "Le Retour du Roi" et "Le Hobbit : voyage inattendu" ont eu lieuVisitez les coulisses des studios Weta, qui ont produit les effets spéciaux de la trilogie
I was in Wellington several years ago and went to the Weta Workshop and had an amazing experience. This time it fell way short of the mark. I wanted to immerse myself in the creativity of Weta (which is immense) but the new space has an exhibition feel about it, including a video to watch about the founding of Weta (interesting but no interaction). The other part of the LOTR section of the tour was a wander into the forest to see where parts of the film were made. It was interesting and thankfully Wayne, our guide, had stills from the film to help jog memories. From the advertising of the tour, I (mistakenly it seems) thought that there'd be orcs in the forest for us to have pics with but it was just a walk in the forest. If you're a fan of the films (as I am), it's a good experience. As a stand-alone tour, it was good and I can recommend it. Based on previous experience, I think I was expecting that little X factor to make it excellent.
Our guide was great and had us cracking up the whole time! Even as a huge lord of the rings fan I still learned a bunch. Weta cave was amazing as well. Incredible what they do there and everyone was so knowledgeable and nice!
We did the Lord of the Rings Half Day Tour on our Cruise Trip 2018. We had the pleasure of having Jack O'connor as our Private tour guide for the afternoon. Jack was great! he drove us around and talked passionally about Wellington and Weta studio. Despite the fact the first film was released back in 2001, now almost 20 years we still share the memories of the film with such enthusiasm, as we revisited the forest scene where the hobbits first encounter the Nazgûl. Then it was off to Weta Studio workshop where we got to see alot of the production works from films Weta worked on...Overall had a great time made even better with our tour guide Jack. I had 2 young kids with us and Jack kept them entertained all the way. Highly recommended this tour and if you're luck enough to get Jack as your guide even better :
We changed from a half day to the full day as there was so much more to see in the afternoon. The WETA studios visit was brilliant, and our guide Laura knew so much about the films, Peter Jackson, the other cast members and the places we visited, however be prepared to see sites where filming took place, that now seem so out of sync since filming has long since ceased. We did not see the Shire, which is elsewhere near Auckland and of course no Orcs.
Good tour but we saw only places in the woods were six scenes about 30 seconds of the movie were shot. Nothing of the Hobbit houses or any other sets. Tour of the studio was good - but mostly was a 45-minute video about the studio. They did show us a number of props they developed - may weapons, armor etc. We did get a bit of a tour of the city also with one photo stop.