You can spend the night in the "Blank Space" house!

By Diana Pearl
March 29, 2016 05:40 PM

As we’re gearing up for the release of the “New Romantics” video, we’re taking a look back at the rest of Swift’s 1989 videos – and where to go if you want to relive them in person

Botswana and South Africa, Africa
Telling the story of two movie stars filming in Africa in the 1950s, the “Wildest Dreams” video looks like something out of a postcard, filled with waterfalls, giraffes, elephants, lions, mountains and vintage planes. While we’re not sure where exactly in the two countries the video was shot, a safari vacation to either destination should suit anyone’s “Wildest Dreams” (even if they’re not a Swift fan.)

London, England and Los Angeles, California
This one is a two parter: While it seems that “Bad Blood” is set in London, with shots of the city’s skyline (including Tower Bridge and the famous “Gherkin” building), it was actually filmed in Los Angeles. As for visiting, it’s up to you as to which city fits your needs as a Swift fan the most.

Hercules Cave, Tangier, Morocco
Swift headed to Northern Africa to shoot the music video for “Style.” Luckily for her fans, it’s easy to visit the Hercules Cave, as it is one of Morocco’s most popular tourist attractions. Part natural and part manmade, the cave is also home to plenty of legends and stories from Ancient Greece and Rome.

Oheka Castle, Huntington, New York and Woolworth Estate, Glen Cove, New York
Swift didn’t travel too far to shoot the epic “Blank Space” video, where she and the dreamy Sean O’Pry spent the weekend at a giant mansion. Said mansion is Oheka Castle on Long Island, New York, which has intense Great Gatsby vibes – and you can stay there yourself (it’s a hotel)!

Bethells Beach, Auckland, New Zealand
The shores of Bethells Beach, which served as the setting for portions of Taylor’s “Out of the Woods” video, are a sandy oasis surrounded by hilly cliffs. Swift got into a bit of hot water here when she was accused of endangering birds.