Bill Murray’s memorably excellent 1993 comedy Groundhog Day is an evergreen classic, but it’s gained extra significance under lockdown, with the expression ‘It’s just like ‘Groundhog Day’’ repeated, well, on what seems like a daily basis. That particular day is 2 February, otherwise known as Groundhog Day, when the American tradition of a groundhog predicting the start of spring takes place. Here’s where Groundhog Day was filmed…AdvertisementIllinois, Woodstock ShutterstockPENNSYLVANIAPunxsutawney in Pennsylvania does exist in the real world, but anyone visiting in search of the film’s location would experience a disappointing absence of déjà vu. ‘It’s a quintessential, little beautiful town,’ said the film’s location manager, Bob Hodgins, in an interview with The Woodstock Independent. ‘Groundhog Day’ can be streamed on Google Play, Amazon Prime, YoutubeRead next The best romcoms with stunning locations to travel vicariously through Style & Culture The best romcoms with stunning locations to travel vicariously throughLike this?