5 TV Show Locations You Can Visit Across America

on September 19, 2013
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“The Andy Griffith Show” (1960-1968)

Los Angeles, California

You can pretend you’re walking with Mayberry Sheriff, Andy Taylor and his son Opie to the fishin’ hole at Franklin Canyon Reservoir, where the iconic opening scene of one of America’s most successful television shows was filmed.

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“The Walking Dead” (2010-Present)

Atlanta, Georgia

AMC’s hit show, “The Walking Dead,” has filmed all around Georgia’s capitol and claims Senoia, a town 40 miles south of Atlanta, as its main filming location. Take a walk around Senoia and you’ll recognize streets and buildings where Rick and the others fought off the killer zombies .

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“Lost” (2004-2010)

Oahu, Hawaii

Filmed at Mokulēia Beach, the North Shore and around Honolulu, this television drama features stunning beaches and landscapes from around the Hawaiian island of Oahu.

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“M*A*S*H” (1972-1983)

Malibu Creek State Park

A 4.75-mile, round trip hike in Malibu Creek State Park leads to the exterior set of the long-running television show M*A*S*H. Rusting vehicles, picnic tables and information panels help visitors visualize the already recognizable set.

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“Nashville” (2013-Present)

Nashville, Tennessee

Set in the heart of Music City, USA, this country music-themed television series features multiple Nashville landmarks including the Bluebird Café, thehistoric Ryman Auditoriumand the Grand Ole Opry.