The award season is coming to an end this weekend, but true movie buffs will be feeling the Oscar fever long after it’s over. Luckily, this year’s Academy Award-nominated movies are leaving us with a lot more to be explored – including the amazing locations where they were filmed.
The Orchard House (Little Women)
Only a small portion of Little Women was filmed at the Orchard House—the house-turned museum in which Louisa May Alcott wrote and set her classic novel. Located in Concord, Massachusetts, the crew didn’t want to disturb its peace but if you’re a huge fan of this movie (and book), however, this is one location you should definitely visit.
These Bronx stairs (Joker)
If we had to pick one location from an Oscar-nominated movie that became a true sensation, we’d have to go with the stairs from the Joker. Fans of this movie flocked to the Bronx to recreate Joker’s iconic dancing scene and transformed this ordinary set of stairs into a popular tourist attraction.
Corriganville Park (Once Upon a Time in Hollywood)
Driving down the streets of Los Angeles is all you need to do if you want to feel like you’re on the set of Once Upon a Time in Hollywood, but if you want to be a bit more specific, make sure to visit Corriganville Park, where the Spahn Ranch scenes were filmed.