19. The Haunted House (Midwest Residential Street)
In Season 2’s Halloween-themed episode titled “The First Secret,” Alison was attacked at Rosewood’s local abandoned house. That residence is located on Midwest Residential Street, directly across from Emily’s home. It was also used as the dwelling where the Seavers lived in the 1985 television series Growing Pains.
20. Vail’s Doll Hospital (French Street)
The creepy Brookhaven doll store that the Liars visit in both Season 2’s “Father Knows Best” and “If These Dolls Could Talk” is actually a small storefront located in the middle of the studio’s French Street.
21. Ezra’s Lair (French Street)
In the Season 4 episode titled “Now You See Me, Now You Don’t,” the Liars are led to an apartment in Ravenswood, which they soon discover is a lair filled with files and files of information about them. It is later learned that the lair belongs to Ezra, who is writing a book about Ali’s disappearance and death. The door to Ezra’s lair can be found in the middle of French Street, next door to and just north of Vail’s Doll Hospital.
22. The Brew (Midwest Business Street)
In the beginning of Season 3, the Liars start visiting a local coffee house named the Rear Window Brew, or The Brew for short. It is not long before Emily gets a waitressing job at the café and the place becomes the girls’ regular hangout. In Season 5, Ezra purchases the eatery and transforms it into a coffee house/bookstore. The blue clapboard façade that serves as the exterior of The Brew is located in a tucked away portion of Midwest Business Street, just down the road from Rosewood City Hall.
23. Rosewood Motel (Building 139)
A building located in the northeast portion of the lot that houses production offices has been used as a local Rosewood motel in numerous episodes, including “Can You Hear Me Now?” and “The New Normal.” Most notably, it was where Toby and Spencer first kissed in Season 1’s “A Person of Interest.”
24. Melissa’s Philadelphia Apartment (Brownstone Street)
Melissa’s Philadelphia apartment, which the Liars raided in Season 3’s “Birds of a Feather,” can be found in the middle of the studio’s Brownstone Street.
25. Diva Dish (Midwest Business Street)
The downtown Rosewood clothing boutique where CeCe Drake (Vanessa Ray) worked during Season 3 is located on Midwest Business Street.
26. Lucky Leon's Cupcakes (Midwest Business Street)
The bakery that’s regularly visited by the Liars, and where A forces Hanna to eat an entire box of pig-decorated cupcakes in Season 1, is located on Midwest Street, next door to Diva Dish.
27. Toby’s Apartment (Hennesy Street)
In the beginning of Season 3, Toby moves out of his family’s house and into a loft, which he is tasked with renovating in lieu of paying rent. Due to the ongoing construction, Toby often has to shower at Spencer’s house. On screen, the loft is located above The Brew, but its exterior can’t be found anywhere near the coffee shop façade. It is instead located in the eastern section of Hennesy Street. That very same façade also masked as the back of the Hudson St. Home for Girls in the 1982 musical Annie and was the site of the famous rainy upside-down kiss in Spider-Man.
28. The Lagoon (The Jungle)
In the Season 3 episode titled “Out of Sight, Out of Mind,” Hanna convinces Aria to help her get rid of Officer Wilden’s police car. The two wind up pushing it into a local lake. That lake is actually a large pond known as the Lagoon, located in the Jungle. The Lagoon has appeared several times on Pretty Little Liars, most regularly during Season 4. It’s where Aria spends time dockside with Riley (Nick Roux) while visiting Syracuse University in “Cover for Me,” where Melissa disposes of casts of her face in “Face Time,” and where Jenna almost drowns in “Into the Deep.”
29. Wren Kingston’s House (Midwest Residential Street)
In Season 4’s “Now You See Me, Now You Don’t,” Spencer heads to Wren Kingston’s (Julian Morris) house to ask why Mona is no longer interred at Radley Sanitarium. She doesn’t end up locating Wren, but the audience learns that Shana Fring (Aeriel Miranda) is hiding out on the premises. Wren’s house is located in a tucked away section of Midwest Residential Street, just across from the Rosewood High School set. The same façade also served as the office of lawyer James Neilan (Charles Carpenter) in Season 5’s “To Plea or Not to Plea.”
30. Ravenswood Park (Eastern Side of Central Park)
In the Season 4 episode “Now You See Me, Now You Don’t,” the Liars head to nearby Ravenswood to gather clues at a magic show put on by mime/magician The Great Charlemagne. The park where Charlemagne performs – and makes Aria disappear - is the eastern portion of the lot’s Central Park, across from French Street.
31. Campbell Farm (The Jungle)
In Season 5’s explosive finale, “Welcome to the Dollhouse,” the Liars catch a glimpse of some old film footage of Jessica DiLaurentis (Andrea Parker) and three small children at Campbell Farm. A structure known as The Barn, located in the Jungle area of the lot, served as the farm in the episode. The same barn also masked as the Tilting Windmill Equestrian Center in Season 5’s “Scream for Me” and is where Emily searches for Dr. Sullivan in Season 2’s “Over My Dead Body.”
32. Onamazu Sushi (Hennesy Street)
Hanna resorts to grand theft auto by stealing borrowing Lesli Stone’s (Elizabeth McLaughlin) car in Season 6’s “No Stone Unturned.” To accomplish the theft, she shamelessly flirts with a valet at Onamazu Sushi restaurant and tricks him into giving her Lesli’s keys. The wood-framed façade that masked as Onamazu Sushi in the scene is located in the northern portion of Hennesy Street.
33. Mr. DeLaurentis’ Office (New York Street)
In Season 6’s “FrAmed,” Hanna and Ashley attempt to talk to Kenneth DeLaurentis (Jim Abele) in order to find out who is behind Hanna’s surprise Carissimi Group scholarship. Instead, they arrive to find news crews staked out in front of his building. Mr. DeLaurentis’ grand art-deco style office is located on the lot’s New York Street, an area that is not often utilized by the PLL crew.
34. Rowitz Fine Arts Gallery (New York Street)
In “FrAmed,” Aria’s photography show for the Cardillo Arts Fellowship contest takes a macabre turn when A swaps out her photographs with pictures of the Liars appearing dead. The art gallery that hosted the contest is located on New York Street, across from Mr. DeLaurentis’ office.
35. Strauss Doll Warehouse (New York Street)
Spencer, Emily and Hanna surreptitiously follow Rhys Matthews (Caleb Lane) from Aria’s photography show to the abandoned Strauss Doll warehouse, which is located underneath some “L” tracks, in the hopes of learning more about who he really is. The warehouse façade can be found in a Chicago-themed area of New York Street that was originally constructed for the filming of the popular television series ER.
36. Radley Sanitarium (Embassy Courtyard)
All roads lead back to Radley! The large building that portrayed Rosewood’s local mental institution during Seasons 1 through 6 can be found in the Embassy Courtyard area of the lot. Several of the Liars spend time at the facility throughout the series, namely Mona, who is held there for the majority of Season 3. Most memorably, A finally declares “Game over!” on the roof of Radley in the winter finale of Season 6. In the upcoming episodes, Radley Sanitarium is no more. When the Liars return to Rosewood after the five-year time jump, they learn that the facility has been turned into an upscale boutique hotel.