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"The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Parts 1 & 2" Filming Locations

Lots of stage work and computer-generated scenery complement the practical locations around central Georgia utilized by "The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 1" and "Part 2" (filmed back-to-back).

In addition to the locations listed below, "Mockingjay Parts 1 and 2" used a variety of industrial buildings either not open to the public or still in use in LaGrange, Newnan, and Atlanta, for corridors, stairwells and bunker spaces. The crumbling remains of a Griffin textile mill (now completely torn down) were further damaged and aged to become the ruins of District 12. The lumberjack scene took place at an active mill in Warm Springs, and the hydroelectric dam is a computer-enhanced version of Georgia Power's Plant Yates in Newnan (it's much...much smaller in real life).

Sets were built on stages at EUE Screen Gems, the Georgia World Congress Center, the Atlanta Civic Center, the Corey Center Building, in the parking lot of Aaron's Ampitheatre, and warehouses at Caldwell Tank in Newnan. Major work was done both inside the OFS fiber optic manufacturing complex in Norcross, and on its acres of pavement where a giant green screen was erected and much of the Capitol exterior was built.

Other shooting locations that are open to the public or easy to see from the road are mapped below.

Tour At a Glance

Sweetwater Creek State Park

Sweetwater Creek State Park is a 2,549 acre Georgia state park located in east Douglas County, 15 miles from downtown Atlanta. The park features miles of wooded hiking trails, a reservior and picnic area, and the remains of the New Manchester textile mill, burned by union troops in...

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Goodrich Plant/Martha Mills

"The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 1" used a former B.F. Goodrich Plant in Thomaston, Georgia for its scenes in District 8, including the hospital and central square. Known also as Martha Mills, the campus consists of nine buildings totalling 1,148,800 square feet on 36 acres. ?B...

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The Pullman Yard

On Atlanta’s near-Eastside sits the “Pullman Yard”—once a repair facility for Pullman train cars but not occupied by that company for many years. This crumbling, state-owned 26-acre industrial complex includes buildings from as early as 1904 and has become...

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Chestatee Wildlife Preserve

The Chestatee Wildlife Preserve in Dahlonega is open every day to the public and is home to a great variety of rescued animals: Cockatoo, Alligator, Ball Python, Tortoise, Bearded Dragon, Hedgehog,?Lions, Tigers and Leopards and more. "Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 1" shot the exterior...

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200 Peachtree Street

Once the site of Atlanta's downtown Macy's department store, 200 Peachtree is now an event space, open to the public by appointment. The basement of the grand building was transformed into the District 13 bunker cafeteria in "Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 1." The production...

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The Swan House

Designed by famed architect Philip Trammell Shutze for a wealthy Atlanta family, the 1928 Swan House is a star of “Catching Fire” and "Mockingjay Part 1" as the site of President Snow’s mansion, both inside and out. Tours of the historic Buckhead house museum and...

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Murphy Avenue Warehouses

Though the state-owned warehouse complex on Murphy Avenue may not be instantly recognizable to “Catching Fire”? or "Mockingjay Part 1" fans, it was the location of the District 11 town square sequences, and the interior and exterior of the justice building in the second...

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Atlanta Marriott Marquis

Famous for its soaring atrium (the largest in the world when the building was completed in 1985), this John Portman-designed hotel is the Tribute Quarters in “Catching Fire” and "Mockingjay Part 1." Dramatic vistas of and from the atrium’s full 52-story glass elevators...

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Bellwood Quarry

Bellwood Quarry, located just a few miles west of downtown Atlanta, is a 100-year-old granite quarry surrounded by acres of wooded land. It served as the survivor's camp in season one of "The Walking Dead," and acts as several locations in "The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 1...

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