Poster NCIS: Los Angeles 2009

Where was NCIS: Los Angeles filmed

2009, Drama Action Crime
Filming country: USA

NCIS: Los Angeles was filmed in Los Angeles in the United States of America.

S.S. Lane Victory

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Scene was shot The S.S. Lane Victory is a Victory-class cargo ship constructed in 1945 for World War II to bring food and aid throughout the pacific. The ship resumed its service during the Korean War to aid in evacuation of thousands of troops and civilians. It was put into service one final time to deliver ammunition and supplies during the Vietnam War before being designated for conservation. The ship underwent extensive dry dock repairs and upgrades in 1992 and has since served as a museum and training vessel.
Long Beach



Pacific Design Center

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Scene was shot The Pacific Design Center is a 1.6 million square-foot facility constructed for the design community to house furniture stores, showrooms, meeting spaces, a branch of the Museum of Contemporary Art, and several restaurants. The building was designed by architect C├ęsar Pelli with assistance from Norma Merrick Sklarek and opened in three sections, Center Blue in 1975, Center Green in 1988, and Center Red in 2013.
Los Angeles



Disney Hall

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Scene was shot The Walt Disney Concert Hall is one of five venues that make up the Los Angeles Music Center, the other venues are the Mark Taper Forum, Dorothy Chandler Pavilion, Ahmanson Theatre, and the Roy and Edna Disney/CalArts Theatre. The building was designed by famed architect Frank Gehry with the acoustics designed by Minoru Nagata and Yasuhisa Toyota. While the initial funds were donated in 1987 and construction began in 1992, due to various fundraising issues the hall itself wasn't completed until 2003 at an estimated cost of $274 million. The outside of the hall is made of a series of sweeping, organic walls of polished stainless steel.
Los Angeles



Santa Monica Pier

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Scene was shot The iconic landmark originally began its life as two separate piers with different owners and purposes. The first was the Municipal Pier constructed in 1909 to carry sewer pipes away from the beach. The shorter Pleasure Pier was constructed in 1916 by Charles & Arthur Looff to hold an amusement park. The distinctive entry arch and bridge were constructed to 1938. The pier was acquired by the city in 1974 and saved from demolishment by a community campaign. The pier currently houses the Pacific Park family amusement park with a solar powered Ferris wheel, an arcade, museum, aquarium, merry-go-round, and several restaurants.
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Van Nuys Airport

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Title Insurance Building

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Los Angeles



Palace Theatre

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Santa Monica Beach (south of pier)

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Santa Monica



17263 Dearborn Street

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Bel-Air Bay Club

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Frank's Liquor & Deli

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Colorado Street Bridge

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Pasadena




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