Where was The Fall of the House of Usher filmed? All the Locations

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Named after the classic 19th century gothic tale by Edgar Allan Poe, The Fall of the House of Usher was filmed in and around Vancouver, Canada.

Director Mike Flanagan, the creator of brilliant productions like The Haunting of Hill House, Midnight Mass, and the 2019 movie Doctor Sleep, is behind this eight-episode limited horror series.

Where was The Fall of the House of Usher filmed

Like a horror version of Succession, Netflix's modern adaptation focuses not on the old and crumbling mansion, but on the wicked members of the Usher family.

The cast is led by Bruce Greenwood as the patriarch Roderick Usher, CEO of Fortunato Pharmaceuticals, and Carla Gugino plays the mysterious Verna. Mark Hamill stars as Arthur Pym, the family's attorney.

Here is our spoiler-free guide to the filming locations of The Fall of the House of Usher. You'll find the locations arranged roughly in the order in which they appear.

The Fall of the House of Usher Locations

A Midnight Dreary
The funeral of the first episode, "A Midnight Dreary", was filmed at the Cathedral of Our Lady of the Holy Rosary in Downtown Vancouver.

Completed in 1899, with its intricate stonework and towering spires, this temple is a stunning example of Gothic Revival architecture.
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The Fall of the House of Usher location
As Hollywood North Buzz reported, the Usher mansion was filmed in a large house located at 3760 72nd Street near Boundary Bay in Delta.

This property has also been featured in several productions including Arrow, Supernatural, and Legends of Tomorrow.
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The Usher house
The interior of Roderick's huge house, including the dining room, was also filmed in this house, which looks old but was built in 2010.

Some other interiors were filmed on sets built at Bridge Studios in Burnaby.
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The Masque of the Red Death
The facade of the building where Perry's masquerade party takes place in the second episode, "The Masque of the Red Death," was a digital creation inspired by turn-of-the-century industrial architecture, such as the Rogers Sugar Factory in Vancouver or the Cotton Factory in Hamilton, Ontario.

The exterior was filmed on an empty lot located near the North Arm Bridge Bikeway on the Fraser River in South Vancouver.
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The Black Cat
Frederick and Morella's mansion is a luxurious colonial-style home located at 2929 Mathers Avenue in Altamont, West Vancouver.

Reminiscent of the White House, this ten-bedroom house boasting about 16,000 square feet of interior living space has an estimated market price of thirteen million dollars.
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Murder in the Rue Morgue
In the third episode, "Murder in the Rue Morgue", Camille investigates Victorine's chimpanzee lab.

The R.U.E. Clinical Research Lab is a building located at 13888 Wireless Way in Richmond.
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The Pit and the Pendulum
The courthouse in the series finale, "The Raven," is the Vancouver Art Gallery.

Housed in a distinctive neoclassical building in the heart of downtown Vancouver, the gallery is a major cultural institution known for its extensive collection of Canadian and Indigenous art.
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