Where was Transformers 5: The Last Knight filmed?

The fifth installment of Michael May's blockbuster series may be the last Transformers movie. Autobots and Decepticons are ready again to raze some more cities and landscapes for the sake of the spectacle, in 3D.

Returning to the cast are Mark Wahlberg, Josh Duhamel, John Turturro and Stanley Tucci. Anthony Hopkins, Laura Haddock and Isabela Moner are some of the new faces joining this big-budget production.

The film features many great locations. Transformers: The Last Knight was filmed in England, Scotland, Northern Ireland, Norway, Cuba and the United States. Here are some of the most relevant filming locations:

Where was Transformers filmed
Transformers 5 was filmed at multiple locations in Detroit, like the art deco masterpiece from 1928, the Fisher Building.
Image courtesy of Paramount Pictures


Transformers filming locations
The abandoned former luxury cars factory Packard Automotive Plant served as a setting for several action scenes.
Images courtesy of Paramount Pictures




Transformers Detroit
In Detroit downtown, the crew was shooting near the former State Savings Bank building at Griswold St. Other filming locations in Detroit included the Michigan Central Station, Cafe D'Mongo's and the Motown Motion Picture Studios.
Images courtesy of Paramount Pictures


Transformers Stadium
The production didn't need to transform the abandoned Pontiac Silverdome stadium into a battlefield: it already looks like it has been through a war. The Silverdome was closed for the first time in 2006. The roof collapsed after a winter storm in 2013 and now the entire structure is about to be demolished this summer. Image courtesy of Paramount Pictures and Brook Ward




Transformers location
Some more filming took place in Arizona, at the Luke Air Force Base in Glendale.
Images courtesy of Paramount Pictures


Transformers castle
We jump to the other side of the pond, to UK. In Alnwick Castle (Northumberland) were filmed scenes with Hot Rod and Bumblebee. Image courtesy of Paramount Pictures and Gail


Where was Transformers shot
The production was filming interiors at Bamburgh castle, also in Northumberland.
Image courtesy of Paramount Pictures and Tom Parnell


Transformers round table
King Arthur and his metallic knights had a meeting at Rievaulx Abbey, North Yorkshire.
Image courtesy of Paramount Pictures and Michael D Beckwith


Transformers Nazi
The Blenheim Palace in Woodstock (Oxfordshire) was draped with Nazi swastikas to serve as Adolf Hitler's headquarters. Image courtesy of Paramount Pictures and Becks


Transformers film locations
The Old Man of Storr in the Isle of Skye (Scotland) has been used in so many movies in the last years, that we lost count. Image courtesy of Paramount Pictures and Lauri Sten


Where does Transformers take place
Bourne Woods in Farnham (Surrey), are close to Pinewood Studios and are ideal for forest scenes.
Images courtesy of Paramount Pictures


Transformers church
Anthony Hopkins inside a dark St Bartholomew-the-Great Church in London. He was also filming at Downing Street.
Image courtesy of Paramount Pictures David Iliff


Locations for Transformers
Transformers 5 was filming a car chase and other scenes in central London, near Bank tube station, Trafalgar Square and Tower Bridge. The old city of Newcastle-upon-Tyne also featured a car chase scene. Images courtesy of Paramount Pictures


Transformers Stonehenge
A fake Stonehenge was built near the real one. The production also shoot on location at Broad Street in Oxford.
Image courtesy of Paramount Pictures


Where is Transformers set
The Dark Hedges in Ballymoney (Northern Ireland) became a world-class attraction after appearing in an episode of Game of Thrones. Images courtesy of Paramount Pictures


Transformers drehort
Iconic Norwegian landmarks like Preikestolen, Trolltunga and Atlanterhavsveien can also be seen in the movie.
Image by Aram Kudurshian

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