Go On Location: "Independence Day" Filming Locations in Los Angeles

Rendezvous Court at Millennium Biltmore
Rendezvous Court at Millennium Biltmore | Photo courtesy of Frank Hsu Flickr

“Today, we celebrate our Independence Day!” The immortal words, spoken by President Thomas Whitmore (Bill Pullman) before the climactic fight sequence at the end of Independence Day, rally his ragtag group of troops to save the world from alien invaders. In July, we not only celebrate our real life Independence Day, but also the film’s anniversary - the blockbuster movie hit the big screen on July 3, 1996, breaking several box office records in the process. Though it employed heavy special effects and elaborate sets, many of the locations that were featured are real. Shot across the U.S. in cities such as New York, New York and Wendover, Utah, several L.A. spots also made an appearance. Read on for eight Los Angeles locations from Independence Day.

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506 S. Grand Ave.
90071 Los Angeles , CA
Pricy
West 2nd Street
90012 Los Angeles , CA
633 West Fifth Street
90071 Los Angeles , CA
E. 4th St.
90033 Los Angeles , CA
6033 W. 74th St.
90045 Los Angeles , CA
5865 Campus Center Drive
90094 PLAYA VISTA , CA
19802 Placerita Canyon Road
91321 Newhall , CA