Groundhog Day Shooting Location After 20 Years
Released in 1993, Groundhog Day has got a couple of places we wish to visit. Most of the film was shot in Woodstock, Illinois. Gobbler's Knob is actually located 3 mile east of Puxantauny but in the film it is in the town. Lets start with the Gobbler's Knob, Which is the reason Phil Connors in the town.
Punxsutawney Phil's temporary home, On February 2 of every year Groundhog Day is celebrated, in which a legendary Groundhog named Punxsutawney Phil emerges from this trunk and predicts the weather. Phil's predictions has been 39% correct.
Phil runs into his old friend Ned who sells insurance, everyday. It's also the place where the old man begs. The "puddle" scene occurs in front of the Tip Top Cafe.
Tip Top Cafe
The Tip Top Cafe was a set created for the film. Following the film's success, It was opened for real as Tip Top Bistro. But just before the movie's 20th anniversary, the cafe was closed. It's now a fried chicken shop.
Tip Top Cafe in 2012
The Pennsylvanian Hotel
It's one of the places where Phil commits suicide. It's not a hotel at all. Its an Opera House.
B&B in Punxsutawney
The Hotel which Phil stays in. It's featured in the last scene in which Phil walks into the snow with Rita after his time loop breaks.