Ever wanted to tour the places where The Hunger Games filmed? Now is your chance! More tour dates have just been announced for the locations in North Carolina!
Fans Still Flocking To NC To View Hunger Games Filming Locations
Brevard, NC - Fans of The Hunger Games™ are still flocking to North Carolina to see the filming locations used in the first hit film. According to Tammy Hopkins with the Hunger Games™ Unofficial Fan Tours, “Fans have come from more than 42 states and 6 foreign countries. After a year of sold out tours our phones are still ringing off the hook with fans that want to experience the filming locations used in DuPont State Recreational Forest (The Arena) and we had so many requests from fans that wanted to experience Henry River Mill Village (District 12), that we have added those tours this year as well.” Leigh Trapp with Hunger Games™ Unofficial Fan Tours said, “Our biggest request is for our Adventure Weekends. Hard-core fans get to join movie and book fans from around the globe for the ultimate immersive experience as they spend three days and two nights walking in the footsteps of their favorite characters from The Hunger Games™.”Adventure Weekends:Dates: June 21 – 23, July 12 – 14, and August 2 – 4Start your Hunger Games™ Unofficial Fan Tours Adventure Weekend on Friday by gathering at Earthshine Discovery Center near Brevard, NC for an incredible evening. First you’ll check into your suite – which has been abandoned by a family. They’ve left you special clues, which you’ll want to decipher so you can “survive” the weekend. Next, you’ll be part of the lottery and get separated into your own team. You’ll then join other guests for a welcoming banquet – featuring foods of your favorite characters. In the evening you’ll night zip-line and see what it’s like to be in the treetops at night like your favorite heroines from the movie The Hunger Games™.Saturday you’ll be dropped on location in DuPont State Recreational Forest to see all the filming location sites used as the arena in The Hunger Games™ movie. Your guide will be on hand to assist you. You’ll then reconvene at Earthshine Discovery Center for lunch. The afternoon will be filled with survival classes that you’ll need to participate in the Game Simulation: archery, sling shot, fire building, special effects camouflage, shelter building and more. In the evening you’ll be treated to a Gala Banquet.Sunday – you’ll convene for your Game Simulation. See if you and your team have what it takes to win. Use your newfound skills – along with clues you’ve deciphered over the weekend – to survive – and even win the Game on Sunday.Adventure Weekends will be offered June 21 – 23, July 12 – 14, and August 2 – 4.This tour is best suited for adults, families and children 10 yrs. old+. Minors under the age of 18 must be accompanied by an adult. Night zip-lining requires participants to be 10 yrs +.Your Adventure Weekend includes: three days and two nights stay at Earthshine Discovery Center, 6 meals all based upon the foods your favorite characters would have eaten in The Hunger Games™ movie and books, guides, all survival classes, Night-Zip Lining and your Game Simulation. Shuttle service to and from the Asheville Regional Airport is included.Cost: $449 per person. Note: There is a $2 ticketing process fee from Ticketleap, our ticket service. Adventures Weekends are limited to 32 guests per tour. To make your reservations go to www.hungergamesunofficialfantours.com. To learn more about Earthshine Discovery Center go towww.earthshinediscovery.com. For more information call Leigh Trapp 949-610-5570 or Tammy Hopkins 828-553-7117.Don’t have enough time to spend the whole weekend visiting filming sites? Then try a Hunger Games™ Unofficial Fan Tours Day Tour in DuPont State Recreational Forest “The Arena” or a Day Tour of Henry River Mill Village which served as District12 in the first Hunger Games™ hit movie.Day Tours in DuPont State Recreational Forest: (The Arena)Dates: July 6, August 17, August 31 & private group tour dates are availableGuided walking tour of filming locations used in the film The Hunger Games™. These are the locations used in DuPont State Recreational Forest (The Arena). Cost is $59 per person and includes: guides for filming locations, exploring waterfalls, Hunger Games style lunch, camouflage lesson, archery and sling shot sessions. Hiking required. Make reservations at www.hungergamesunofficialfantours.com. Archery and sling shot classes will take place in downtown Brevard. For more information call Leigh Trapp at 949-610-5570 or Tammy Hopkins at 828-553-7117.Day Tours in Henry River Mill Village (District 12):June 15, 16, 29 & 30; July 6, 7, 20, 21, 27 & 28; August 10, 11, 17 & 18; September 1, 2, 21 & 22; October 12, 13, 19 & 20.Walking Tour of Henry River Mill Village used as District 12 in the hit film The Hunger Games™. Tour includes: tour guides, film locations, archery lesson, bakery activity, a Hunger Games style lunch, and the newest archery game called Archery Tag. Tours are offered from 11 am-1 pm and 3 pm – 5 pm. Cost for the guided tour is $50 per person. Pre-registration is necessary. Space is limited so book your tickets online atwww.hungergamesunofficialfantours.com. Click on Day Tours and then click on Henry River Mill Village.***COMING SOON: Catching Fire™ Location Tours in Atlanta, GAHunger Games™ Unofficial Fan Tours will partner with Atlanta Movie Tours to presentfan tours of the filming locations used in Atlanta, GA for the 2nd installment of the hit film The Hunger Games: Catching Fire™. Tours will start in late fall. To learn more go to www.hungergamesunofficialfantours.com. For more information call Leigh Trapp 949-610-5570 or Tammy Hopkins 828-553-7117.