WhereFilmed

Where was Enchanted filmed

Poster Enchanted 2007

2007, #Comedy #Fantasy #Adventure #Romance
Filming country: #USA

Enchanted was filmed in New York in the United States of America.

Locations

Dancing in Street

Skater's Circle, New York, NY 10021, USA

Scene where Giselle dances with a group of skaters in the the street during the song.

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Sheep Meadow

Sheep Meadow, 65th Street Transverse, New York, NY 10023, USA

Scene where During the song, Giselle and Robert sit at a picnic.

Scene was shot Sheep Meadow is the largest open field in original plan for Central Park at 15-acres. Despite its natural appearance, the meadow ended up being the most expensive part of the original park because a several foot thick layer of landfill had to be transported to raise the ground and a 16-foot ridge and a number of large boulders had to be blasted away to achieve the smooth grade. A flock of over 200 sheep grazed on the field up until 1934 when they were moved away so they wouldn't be eaten during the Great Depression. The meadow frequently hosts large-scale events including a peace protest in 1967 that had over 400,000 attendees.

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Bow Bridge

Bow Bridge, New York, NY 10024, USA

Scene where The large party of singers continues dancing across the bridge.

Scene was shot A cast iron bridge crossing over The Lake designed by Calvert Vaux & Jacob Wrey Mould and opened in 1862, the first cast-iron bridge built in the park. Bow Bridge is the longed bridge in Central Park clocking in at 87 feet. The bridge is topped by eight cast-iron urns which are duplicates installed in 2008 to replace the originals which disappeared in the 1920s.

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Bethesda Terrace

The Mall, New York, NY, USA

Scene where Giselle's song ends in front of Bethesda fountain.

Scene was shot Sitting at the end of The Mall and beside The Lake, Bethesda Terrace is a Central Park landmark. Constructed during the Civil War, the terrace contains ornate ceramic tiles and a fountain called Angel of the Waters designed by prominent American sculptor Emma Stebbins.

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The Grand Duke Hotel (exterior)

341 Broadway, Brooklyn, NY 11211, USA

Scene where Nathaniel takes the Prince to a sketchy hotel and Pip makes a daring zip line escape.

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Brooklyn Bridge

Brooklyn Bridge, Brooklyn Bridge, New York, NY 10038, USA

Scene where Giselle and Prince Edward walk across the Brooklyn Bridge at the end of their tour of the city.

Scene was shot The Brooklyn Bridge which opened in 1883 as the New York and Brooklyn Bridge after fourteen years of construction. The bridge is the world's first steel-wire suspension bridge and was conceived designed by John Augustus Roebling.

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Calypso

191 Lafayette St, New York, NY 10013, USA

Scene where Giselle and Morgan begin their shopping spree.

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Elie Tahari

417 W Broadway, New York, NY 10012, USA

Scene where Giselle and Morgan go shopping for clothes.

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Store

142 Mercer St, New York, NY 10012, USA

Scene where Giselle and Morgan walk out of a store with a bunch of purchases.

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Salon

465 W Broadway, New York, NY 10012, USA

Scene where Giselle and Morgan chat while getting worked on at the salon.

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Fountain

1345 6th Ave, New York, NY 10105, USA

Scene where Queen Narissa uses a fountain as a viewer to search out Giselle and the Prince.

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Times Square

Times Square, Manhattan, NY 10036, USA

Scene where Giselle and several other people from the other side arrive through a manhole in Times Square.

Scene was shot Times Square is an incredible popular tourist destination at the heart of Manhattan's Broadway Theater District. The north half of the square is also known as Father Duffy Square, named in 1937 after U.S. Army Chaplain Francis P. Duffy who was the most highly decorated cleric in the history of the Army for his service during WWI. The square contains the distinctive red TKTS booth with tiered seating and a statue of the father of American musical comedy, George M. Cohan. The south side of Times Square continues past 45th Street.

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Subway Entrance

7th Ave & W 43rd St, New York, NY 10036, USA

Scene where Giselle gets swept down into the subway after arriving in New York.

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Subway Exit

Delancey St & Bowery, New York, NY 10002, USA

Scene where Giselle emerges from the subway in a strange part of town.

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Homeless Man

Mercer St & Howard St, New York, NY 10013, USA

Scene where Giselle, lost in a strange part of the city, talks to a homeless man who steals her crown.

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Churchill, Harline, & Smith LLP

875 3rd Ave, New York, NY 10022, USA

Scene where Robert takes Giselle with him to work where she causes problems with a client.

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Palace Casino Billboard

W Broadway & N Moore St, New York, NY 10013, USA

Scene where Giselle climbs up to a billboard thinking it is a real palace and is spotted by Robert and Morgan for the first time.

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Robert and Morgan's Apartment (exterior)

440 Riverside Dr, New York, NY 10027

Scene where Robert runs out after Nancy after she sees Giselle in his apartment. Later, Prince Edward locates the building from a news broadcast.

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Flies on Food Cart

Water St & Coenties Slip, New York, NY 10004, USA

Scene where A bunch of flies life off a food cart in response to Giselle's call for help.

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Pigeons by Cops

Washington Square Park, 1 Washington Square N, New York, NY 10003, USA

Scene where A flock of pigeons fly by two mounted cops in response to Giselle's summons.

Scene was shot Washington Square is a famous Greenwich Village park originally created in 1826 as the Washington Military Parade Ground. In 1850 the land was turned into a proper park and in 1889 the arch was constructed to celebrate the centennial of George Washington's inauguration designed in the style of the Arc de Triomphe. The fountain in the middle of the park was built in 1852 and extensively renovated in 1934.

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Time Warner Center

10 Columbus Cir, New York, NY 10023, USA

Scene where Robert brings Giselle to his work and she marvels at a statue in the lobby.

Scene was shot shopping center/office/skyscrapper

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Deli

205 E Houston St, New York, NY 10002, USA

Scene where Pip tries to tell Prince Edward that Nathaniel is the bad guy.

Scene was shot http://www.katzdeli.com

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Columbus Circle

Columbus Circle, New York, NY, USA

Scene where Nathaniel spots Giselle walking with Robert and sends the Prince off in a different direction while Giselle enters the park.

Scene was shot A large traffic circle situated at the southwest corner of Central Park and was designed in 1857 as part of the original plan for the park and then named Grand Circle. At the center of the circle is a column installed in 1892 featuring a statue of Christopher Columbus, eventually leading to the circle's current name. For many official purposes, Columbus Circle is considered the center of the city. All highway distance markers to New York City are measured from the circle as well as the 25-mile radius for C-2 visas and the studio zone that determines how film crews compensated.

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Woman on Bench

Central Park, New York, NY, USA

Scene where Giselle gives the money Robert gave her to a old woman sitting on a bench in the park.

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Next to the Pond

The Pond, New York, NY 10019, USA

Scene where Robert and Giselle are walking beside the Pond when Nathaniel tries to sell her a poisoned candy apple.

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Singing through Building

65th St Transverse, New York, NY 10065, USA

Scene where Giselle leads a small group of musicians through a building.

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Glade

Glade Arch, New York, NY 10075, USA

Scene where Giselle runs across a green field early in the song.

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Naumburg Bandshell

Central Park, New York, NY, USA

Scene where Early in the song, a group of men give flowers to a group of ladies and then they dance. Later, Giselle is with a young girl in a castle set in front of a large cheering crowd.

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The Lake

The Lake, New York, NY 10024, USA

Scene where Robert rows Giselle through the lake while musicians play in boats surrounding them.

Scene was shot This 18-acre lake is the centerpiece of Frederick Law Olmsted and Calvert Vaux's original design of Central Park. For almost 100 years the lake was used for ice skating during the winter until 1950. Unlike the larger reservoir to the north, the Lake was designed to naturally blend in with the surroundings.

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Belvedere Castle

Belvedere Castle, 79th Street, New York, NY 10021, USA

Scene where Giselle dances through a group of European dancers.

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Reservoir Bridge

Central Park Gothic Bridge, West Drive, New York, NY 10128, USA

Scene where Prince Edward jumps off a bridge to chase down Giselle but is run over by a ground of cyclists.

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