If you’re a child of the 80s, and lucky you if you are, perhaps you remember seeing the “blockbuster” film, The New Adventures of Pippi Longstocking. The 1988 remake of the popular children’s adventure book starred Tami Erin in the title role and received less than stellar reviews from critics when it was released.

Many people may not realize the movie was shot entirely in Florida. The picturesque fishing village of Fernandina Beach was used for exteriors, while most of the indoor scenes were shot on soundstages in nearby Jacksonville.

The stately Victorian home that served as Pippi’s Villa Villekulla still stands in Fernandina’s Old Town neighborhood. With its tower and distinctive dormers, the house can be seen by boats traversing the Amelia River.

Although it’s not open to the public, fans of the movie often stop by the location to snap photos and take in the impressive scenery.