7 Places to Visit if You Love Westworld

Jun 12, 2018 at 5:00 p.m. ET
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My Sunday nights go a little something like this: Invite friends over, order pizza, watch Westworld, stay up until 3 a.m. reading fan theories on Reddit and Twitter and, finally, sleep. The next morning, my coworkers and I chat about the episode and all the theories we spent half the night reading about after the show. 

If this sounds like you, then you're probably as bummed as I am that Season 2 is quickly coming to an end. Luckily, there's a way to ease our end-of-season pains, and that is to visit real-life destinations that resemble our favorite parts of Westworld.  The American Southwest is full of locations that will instantly transport you to Sweetwater, the Mariposa Saloon and, of course, the stunning desert landscape that makes Westworld the most gorgeous eye candy on TV. 

We are just a few weeks away from the Season 2 finale, so it's time to start planning our vacations to the real Westworld. To make things a little easier for you, we've compiled a list of all the American Southwest destinations you should visit to get your Westworld fix. 

1 /7: Sedona, Arizona

Red rocks of Sedona, Arizona
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1/7 :Sedona, Arizona

2 /7: Monument Valley, Arizona

Monument Valley, Arizona
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2/7 :Monument Valley, Arizona

3 /7: Scottsdale & Tempe, Arizona

Rocky desert terrain in the Arizona mountains
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3/7 :Scottsdale & Tempe, Arizona

4 /7: Paramount Ranch, California

An old west town in California
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4/7 :Paramount Ranch, California

5 /7: Moab, Utah

Desert landscape of southern Utah
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5/7 :Moab, Utah

6 /7: Santa Clarita, California

Tree in a grassy field
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6/7 :Santa Clarita, California

7 /7: Fillmore, California

Old railroad tracks
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7/7 :Fillmore, California