Want To Feel Like You’re In A Wes Anderson Film? Visit These 18 Real-Life Places.

Wes Anderson may have only directed 8 full-length films, but he’s already carved out a niche for himself as a celebrated auteur, a filmmaker with a distinctly recognizable style.

With films like The Life Aquatic with Steve Zissou, Moonrise Kingdom, and The Grand Budapest Hotel, Anderson has established a signature aesthetic. This aesthetic is marked by bold colors, symmetry, and a flare for all things retro and whimsical; simply put, Wes Anderson films just look like Wes Anderson.

A subreddit called “Accidental Wes Anderson” was started for redditors to share real-life places that look like they belong in a Wes Anderson film. Now you can visit them yourself!

1. Montreal, near The Village


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2. The Lonely Anchor of Switzerland


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3. Two Harbors, Minnesota


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4. Stenbock Palace, Stockholm, Sweden


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5. Grand Hotel Tremezzo


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6. “Chateau” by Jeremy Kohm


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7. Sanierung und Erweiterung Stadt-Bad Gotha, Veauthier Architects


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8. REDvalentino Store, Rome, Italy


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9. Grand Hotel de l’Europe, Bad Gastein, Austria


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10. Estoi, Portugal


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11. Hamble-Warsash Ferry Shelter, Hampshire, UK


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12. Kiev, Ukraine


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13. Gold Crest Resort Motel


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14. North Korean conference room


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15. Singapore


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16. Reykjavik, Iceland


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17. Somewhere in the Icelandic Circle


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18. Italy


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