The world of TV and movies is filled with numerous fictional locales. From the fanciful to the funny, here are ten fictional places from TV and movies we wish we could visit.
There are many wondrous settings in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, but perhaps the most stunning of them all is the Kingdom of Wakanda. It truly is an unbelievable nation, from its economy to its educational system. If only Wakanda were real...
The whimsical Monstropolis is the setting of 'Monsters, Inc." Truth be told, one of the big reasons to visit Monstropolis is to dine at Harryhausen's, if only because it's SO exclusive!
Who wouldn't want to visit the home of Wonder Woman?! Those Amazons are amazing!
Radiator Springs may be off the beaten path of Route 66, but their hospitality is second to none.
Sure, there's plenty of drama in Dillon, but taking in a Friday night football game would be an incredible experience. At the end of the day, the mood could be summed up in two words: Texas forever.
Seemingly filled with unlimited resources (or at least supplies to make coconut cream pies), Gilligan's Island would be a blast to visit, particularly in the Minnow's crew and passengers were still there.
All of the town festivals! All of the town characters! A visit to Stars Hollow would be amazing for people-watching alone. Of course, a meal at Luke's Diner or Al's Pancake World would be a must.
Wherever Springfield is in the United States, it's definitely worth a visit. From Krustylu Studios to Moe's Tavern, there's something in Springfield for everyone.
Pawnee is seemingly the biggest-little town in Indiana. They have nightlife (Snakehole Lounge, Cozy's Bar), they have plenty of restaurants (JJ's Diner, Tom's Bistro), they have...well...beautiful parks! Oh, and they have some of the best government workers ever, Jeremy Jamm excluded.
Emerald City is certainly magical, but the journey along the yellow brick road is half the experience.