Arts and Culture

Liz Taylor Destinations

Before there was Liz and Dick, there was Elizabeth Rosemond Taylor, born in a London suburb. Relive the extraordinary life of the film icon, whose passion for life was matched by her many travels.

Filed under:
+ Enlarge Photo
Shrink Photo
San Joaquin River
Start Over

Gallery Link:

View All

Photography by jcookfisher, flickr

San Joaquin River

One of Taylor’s earliest films, Lassie Come Home was filmed partly on location around the San Joaquin River. The largest river in central California, the 366-mile-long tributary was the setting for the 1943 film’s dramatic rapids scene.

Loading...

Please forgive us, this gallery is really popular.

We sent a note to our support staff about the glitch you just experienced. Please click the button below to reload your content.

You May Also Like

Hollywood Studio Tours

Take a behind-the-scenes studio tour and say hooray for Hollywood.

Iconic Hollywood

Shop on Rodeo Drive, stay the night at the historic Beverly Hills Hotel or take in a show at the Hollywood Bowl. Check out the most iconic places Hollywood has to offer.

We Recommend

Most Popular

7 New Wonders of the World

Are you ready to be awed? Check out our picks for the new 7 wonders of ...

Best Thanksgiving Day Parades

Before you sit down for a turkey feast with family and friends, get in ...

Merry and Gay Holiday Celebrations

Travel Channel keeps you celebrating through the end of the year with ...

Seven Man-Made Wonders of the US

Check out the best man-made wonders of the US, where America's can-do ...

Things to Do in November

The holiday season is almost in full swing. So here's a quick ...

More Travel Inspirations

American Outdoor Adventure Sweeps
American Outdoor Adventure Sweeps

Enter for a chance to win an adventure getaway, plus $25k!

Food.com Holiday
Food.com's 50+ Top Holiday Food Gifts

Give them what they really want!

HGTV Dream Home
HGTV Dream Home 2015

Take a tour of the home we’ll be giving away. Look inside HGTV Dream Home 2015 now!