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Can visitors visit the cabin built for the movie ‘Safe Haven’?

Hunter Ingram

Q. Is the cabin that was built for the movie Safe Haven still on the property and can visitors visit it?

A. Teresa Forge, a volunteer at the Fort Johnston-Southport Museum & Visitors’ Center, said the cabin in the movie was never accessible to the public, as it was built by the production on secluded private property off U.S. 133 outside Southport.

After production, the structure remained standing and plans were in plans to donate it to the town. But Forge said those fell through because of moving costs and the property owner’s desire to remove it from their land.

It has since been torn down.


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Debra A Lee

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