After last weeks’ posts, are you still having trouble coming up with someplace to photograph to enter The 1st Annual Genre Traveler Photo Contest?

Here are some useful websites for finding out about various destinations that might appeal to science fiction, fantasy and horror fans. The most robust resources I found on the web cater to horror fans. That’s something that The Genre Traveler hopes to remedy with the searchable database I’m developing. But in the meantime, here’s a list of links to help you out.

Film and TV Locations:
Movie Locations:
www.movie-locations.com

IMDB Locations Guide:
www.imdb.com/Sections/Locations

Movie & TV Locations in Los Angeles:
www.seeing-stars.com/Locations

Scotland: The Movie Location Guide:
www.scotlandthemovie.com

Movie Location Guide:
www.movielocationsguide.com

Museums:
Hands-on Science Centers Worldwide:
www.cs.cmu.edu/~mwm/sci.html

Science Museums and Exhibits in the Yahoo! Directory:
dir.yahoo.com/Science/museums_and_exhibits

Association of Science – Technology Centers:
www.astc.org/sciencecenters/find_scicenter.htm

American Association of Museums:
iweb.aam-us.org/Membership/MemberDirectorySearch.aspx

Horror Attractions:
Haunted Attraction Magazine:
www.findahaunt.com

Horrofind Directory:
www.horrorfind.com

Darkride and Funhouse Enthusiasts (DAFE):
www.dafe.org/where2ride/index.htm

HauntedHouses.com:
www.hauntedhouses.com

Haunt World:
www.hauntedhouse.com


Oops. Sorry this posted so late. I plum forgot it was Monday.

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