The Passage Filming Location: The secret government house where the series is filmed

Where is The Passage filmed
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The Passage is a new 10-episode Fox series based upon the best selling trilogy by Justin Cronin. The plot mixes vampires, dangerous virus and a government experiment that goes south.

Mark-Paul Gosselaar plays the FBI agent Brad, and Saniyya Sidney is Amy Bellafonte, the orphan girl chosen to test the virus on younger humans. Jamie McShane performs blood drinker Dr. Tim.

The Passage was filmed in Atlanta and other locales in Georgia. Here are some of the filming locations of the series that we found so far. We will be updating this report as usual, trying to keep spoilers at bay:

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The most interesting filming location in the series is the secret government medical facility. The headquarters of the Project Noah in Telluride (Colorado), was filmed in the Neogothic-Tudor style mansion Callanwolde Fine Arts Center in Atlanta. Image courtesy of Fox - Map

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This was an easy location to find: Las Colinas Mexican restaurant in Tucker's Main St, where a scene from the pilot episode was filmed. Image courtesy of Fox and Google Maps

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Also in episode one, Brad meets a local sheriff in a Neighborhood Food Mart in Stone Mountain.
Image courtesy of Fox and Google Maps

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In the episode 7 there is a scene shot in the Bellwood Quarry in Atlanta, the same one featured in the first season of Stranger Things. Image courtesy of Fox - Map

The Passage Atlanta
Fairburn, Braselton, Union City, Stonecrest, Smyrna, Douglasville and Lithia Springs are some of the other locations where the production was filming. The series has many elements in common with the Emergence city location, the 2019 ABC show filmed in New Jersey area.

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