Almost Nobody Knows That Parts Of The Iconic Movie Coal Miner’s Daughter Were Filmed In This Tiny Virginia Town

The unincorporated community of Bee, Virginia — tucked away in the southwestern corner of Virginia near the Kentucky border — is one that most have neither heard of nor visited. Yet, if you’ve seen the famous movie Coal Miner’s Daughter, you’ve actually seen this tiny town — at least, a glimpse of it. Parts of the famous movie were filmed right here in Virginia. Here’s a closer look at this tiny town and how it served as a partial set for a famous film.

If you’ve never seen the film, you can watch a brief trailer in the YouTube video below:


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Address: Bee, VA 24217, USA