Disney+ has exploded into our homes over the past two years, bringing with it a slew of popular shows based on their tentpole franchises. Here in Atlanta, we’ve grown accustomed to the Marvel Cinematic Universe stopping by fairly regularly to dress up a street, flip some trucks, and fire off a few blanks all in the name of entertainment. The pivot from the big screen to the small was no different—all three Marvel programs that have been released on Disney+ so far—WandaVision, The Falcon and the Winter Solider, and Loki—were at least partially filmed in and around the metro.
Here’s where they filmed. If you haven’t seen these shows, fair warning: there are spoilers ahead.
Outside of some work on soundstages, surprisingly little of WandaVision was shot in Georgia. Much of Westview was shot on movie ranches in California, although a few locations made it to our state:
Southern Regional Medical Center, Riverdale
The hospital scene where Monica Rambeau returns after the Blip
S.W.O.R.D Headquarters lobby
Georgia World Congress Center, downtown
The secret space-faring organization’s HQ might be all CGI from the outside, but the interior lobby is in downtown Atlanta.
S.W.O.R.D Forward Operating Base
Bouckaert Farm, Fairburn
Stationed just outside of Wanda’s Hex, S.W.O.R.D set up tents and equipment here to monitor the situation inside Westview. While most of these scenes were shot in Fairburn, a few were also filmed in California.
The Falcon and the Winter Soldier
The Falcon and the Winter Solider, unlike WandaVision, did make its mark on Atlanta. While large portions were filmed in Savannah and in the Czech Republic, there were no shortage of metro ATL locations to call out:
Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum
High Museum of Art, Midtown
When Sam gifts Cap’s shield to the museum, he’s actually doing so at the High.
Mercedes-Benz Stadium, Silver Deck, downtown
As if the Atlanta United billboard in the background wasn’t enough of a dead giveaway for Atlantans, the parking deck where Bucky threatens Senator Atwood is located just outside the stadium.
Department of Defense
Georgia Capitol Museum, downtown
John Walker was revealed as the second (and much worse) iteration of Captain America here.
201 Mill Street, Barnesville
This building, just blocks from Barnesville City Hall, is where Sam applies for a loan for his sister’s shrimping business and explains just how exactly the Avengers got paid.
Streets of Baltimore and New York
Fairlie Poplar, downtown
Downtown’s little slice of whichever-East-Coast-city-you-need-it-to-be stood in for various shots around both New York City and Baltimore.
Isaiah Bradley’s house
Hogue Street Northeast, Old Fourth Ward
The Baltimore home of America’s forgotten Super Soldier
Air Force base
Dobbins Air Reserve Base, Marietta
Sam educates us on “the Big Three” antagonists—androids, aliens, and wizards—and clues us in on the difference between a sorcerer and a wizard (hint: it’s the hat) while Bucky acts smug about reading The Hobbit when it was first released.
Flag Smashers’ Warehouse
Pratt-Pullman Yard, Kirkwood
Sam and Bucky first encounter the Flag Smashers and their Super Soldiers in this oft-used Atlanta filming location.
Custer’s Grove High School
Duluth High School, Duluth
John Walker is interviewed as the new Captain America and leads a pep rally at this fictional Georgia high school.
119 South Hill Street, Griffin
The Flag Smashers find refuge in this safehouse before it is raided in a future episode.
Sharon Carter’s Madripoor penthouse
The Wimbish House, Midtown
The S.H.I.E.L.D heiress isn’t exactly slumming it in her fancy home high atop the seedy nightlife of the fictional island nation’s neon-lit city.
Krog Street Tunnel, Cabbagetown
Another site instantly recognizable to anyone who’s spent 30 seconds in Atlanta, Krog Street Tunnel perfectly captures the essence of Madripoor’s underbelly.
New York City park
Karli Morgenthau meets up with Batroc the Leaper and rallies her Flag Smashers before the attack on the Global Repatriation Council Summit later that evening.
Global Repatriation Council Summit
Peachtree Center, downtown
The GRC’s meeting is attacked by the Flag Smashers in the final episode. The exterior (and some of the lobby) of Peachtree Center can easily be identified in the background.
Showdown between Bucky, John Walker, and the Flag Smashers
Part of the final battle takes place just outside of Atlantic Station, both in the parking deck and around the uncovered section off of 17th Street.
Loki spent most of its time inside studios, away from prying eyes, but we did manage to sport a few locations worth mentioning:
Stark Tower lobby
The Proscenium, Midtown
Okay, technically this scene was shot for Avengers: Endgame, but this Midtown high-rise returns to stand in for the New York skyscraper in Loki’s opening scenes.
Time Variance Authority elevator/Grand Lobby
Atlanta Marriott Marquis, downtown
You’ve seen it a million times in the background of films, and you’ll see it a million more as long as the state’s tax credits keep flowing. The striking architectural marvel that is the lobby of this John Portman hotel perfectly captures the infinite stretches of the unending TVA headquarters outside of time and space. During Dragon Con 2021, Marriott Marquis employees even wore “TVA” T-shirts as a nod to the location.
1549 Aix-en-Provence church
Westview Abbey, Westview
Mobius investigates a budding variance in 1549 France, questioning a peasant girl about the variant Loki that has been killing TVA agents.
1985 Oshkosh, Wisconsin Renaissance Fair
Georgia Renaissance Fairgrounds, Fairburn
Loki’s first assignment working alongside Mobius takes him to this Renaissance fair, conveniently located where our own real-life Renaissance fair sets up annually. What are the odds?
2050 Roxxcart/Haven Hills, Alabama apocalypse
North DeKalb Mall, Decatur
Loki and Mobius first encounter Sylvie hiding out in this all-too-plausible future apocalyptic event.