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51 Movie Locations You Can Actually Visit
If you've ever dreamt of living in the same world as the action-packed adventure film "Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade," things just got real. Al Khazneh, a giant sandstone temple built in one of the most mesmerizing places on earth, Petra, Jordan, was featured in the film as the Canyon of the Crescent Moon.
Al Khazneh
John Hughes’ film “Ferris Bueller's Day Off” was shot all around the Chicago area, but one of its most notable sequences was filmed at the Art Institute of Chicago. True fans of the film can visit the iconic Chicago museum to live like Ferris Bueller.
The Art Institute of Chicago
"Escape from Alcatraz" is a 1979 thriller starring Clint Eastwood, filmed at Alcatraz Island which was once a fully functioning jail housing major criminals like Al Capone. The National Park Service offers tours of "The Rock" by ferry from San Francisco, California, to anyone who wants to visit the allegedly haunted prison.
The quaint little café where the title character of “Amelie” worked in Paris, France, is an actual place where you too can get your caffeine fix for the day. This tourist hotspot is also adored by locals, so reserve a table in advance if you want to dine like your favorite pixie-cut character in the fanciful comedy.
Café des 2 Moulins
You can run up the stairs in Rocky's footsteps outside the Philadelphia Museum of Art in Pennsylvania. Now known as the "Rocky Steps," the 72 iconic stone steps leading up to the museum entrance are where Rocky Balboa trained in the film, and there's even a bronze statue of the fictional boxer that you can pose with.
Philadelphia Museum of Art