Like any good Hobbit abode (and this is one of the best) about a third of the available floor space at Bag End is devoted to the storage, preparation and subsequent consumption of food.
Much of the remaining floor plan is devoted to quiet pursuits, following the gentle topography of The Hill. There's a parlour and a smoking room, all connected by a multitude of halls and passage ways.
The owner, one Bilbo Baggins, likes guests as much as the next Hobbit and Bag End therefore only holds one guest room. Troublesome things, guests...
The original prop for The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey was designed and drawn by Daniel Reeve of the 3 Foot 7 art department.
Weta's floor plan has been made from a scan of the original drawing and printed in Middle-earth (New Zealand) on finest Italian Marina Conchiglia parchment paper.
Floor Plan of Bag End - Parchment Art Print is a lovely piece of art.
The Floor Plan of Bag End is part of a range of Middle-earth maps from Weta. Others in the series include:
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Drawing are nice but it would look better if it didn't have these things: Giant WETA symbol or the copyright info on the bottom.
Seriously they couldn't put it on the back? Hide.
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