Now, I'm not talking about soundstages or anything included in the Universal Studios tour. I'm wondering if there's a movie or TV show location that so captured your attention (and affection) that you'd thrill at the idea of getting to see it for real.
I checked out this link to a list of nine "modern-day classic movie locations you can visit," like the actual office used for Office Space (see above) which isn't actually in Silicon Valley, but Austin, Texas. Other locations that make the list: the Florida golf resort used to film the golf scenes in Caddyshack, the high school where John Hughes filmed The Breakfast Club and the field used in Field of Dreams, among others.
One movie place I'd love to see in real life would be that gorgeous house that Noah "builds" in the film version of The Notebook. As for TV places, I certainly wouldn't mind taking strolls along the Hawaiian beaches used for the island scenes in Lost, and I know Scranton, PA has become a destination for certain die-hard fans of The Office. Also, of course, many folks have visited the "Cheers Bar" in Boston, previously known as the Bull and Finch Pub.
Your turn! Where would you like to go "on location"?