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Teletubbyland is a place of the Teletubbies. It is the away in the hills.

There are lots of rabbits, colorful flowers (some of which can talk), trees and bushes all over the hills. Next to the Home Dome is the Magic Windmill. The Teletubbies love to play and dance over the hills. If something appears from far away, the Teletubbies will ask "What's that?" Then the narrator will explain. The Baby Sun is the sun of Teletubbyland also.

The Teletubbies' landscape is an outdoor set located in rural Warwickshire, England, at Sweet Knowle Farm, Redhill Bank Rd, Whimpstone, CV37 8NR (between Stratford upon Avon (where William Shakespeare lived) and Shipston on Stour, close to the River Stour). Since filming ended, the fixtures and fittings have been removed from the set, and it appears to have been flooded to form a pond (two fields South of the farmhouse, which is where the postcode points to on the online maps). The paved track leading to the former set still exists, and is the only extant reminder. Until recently, the MS Live Maps view showed the site "in action;" complete with numerous articulated trucks parked at the end of the track. That image is now also updated, but a copy has been preserved at this fan-site. The farm has found a new way to supplement their income; an aquatics center (fish and pondplant sales).

In June 2007, the location became visible at hi-res on Google Earth, but the imagery (below) was still several years old.

The new Teletubbyland set for the 2015 revival is not filmed on location, but rather, in a studio. The actors and rabbits perform against a bluescreen, and are then composited onto a model set. This was done because location filming during the original series was subject to weather conditions. The base of the set was 3D computer animation and 3D-printed, and decorated with grass that had to be special-ordered from Germany due to the model makers not being able to get the proper shade of green. There are over 600,000 dried or handmade flowers on the set, of four varieties.

Trivia

There are two pieces of music when we zoom to find a place for Teletubbies.

1. We hear a soft tune in the Key of E played by a glockenspiel, piano, bassoon, flute and harp.

2. We hear another soft tune in a Key of E, and then it changes to the 1st soft tune and the key changes to G.

At the beginning of every episode of Teletubbies you see the Baby Sun rising in the sky by causing the sky to turn blue from a dark night time blue and after when the Baby Sun has fully risen the narrator introduces the hills where the Teletubbies live. The Teletubbies then begin to wake up and jump out of their hole and start their day by singing the theme song of Teletubbies.

Gallery

One of the voice trumpets.

Shot from Making Flowers

Shot from Painting with Hands and Feet

Concept art of Teletubbyland by Tandem Films

Concept art of Teletubbyland by Cornerstone Animation

Concept art of Teletubbyland by Studio Robin

Shot from the Intro

Concept art of Teletubbyland by Studio Ghibli

Concept art of Teletubbyland by Sunwoo Entertainment.

Concept art of Teletubbyland by Sei Young Animation

Concept art of Teletubbyland by Sullivan Bluth Studios

A rare Teletubbyland clip

Shot featured in many episodes

Concept art of Teletubbyland by Wang Film Productions

Concept art of Teletubbyland by Creative Capers Entertainment

Concept art of Teletubbyland of Studio Hibari.



Concept art of Teletubbyland of Toon City


Shot featured in many episodes

Concept art of Teletubbyland of TMS Entertainment

Concept art of Teletubbyland of Walt Disney Animation Australia.



Laa-Laa with some of the Talking Flowers.

The rabbits in Teletubbyland.

A computer software of Softimage 3D, Dream Quest Images, Alias Research


The Baby Sun rising in the sky at the beginning of every episodes of Teletubbies. The blue sky gets brighter for the Teletubbies to come and start their day.

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Teletubbyland city

Computer software of Softimage 3D and Alias Research.

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