Where was Passing filmed
Passing was filmed in New York, United States of America.
Center for Brooklyn History
Scene where Irene arrives at the hotel.
Scene was shot The Center for Brooklyn History (CBH, formerly known as the Brooklyn Historical Society) is a museum, library, and educational center founded in 1863 that preserves and encourages the study of Brooklyn's 400-year history. It was designed by George B. Post and built in 1878-81, is a National Historic Landmark and part of New York City's Brooklyn Heights Historic District.
GPS: ['40.6949653625488', '-73.992431640625']
W 137th Street
Scene where Irene and Clare arrive at Irene’s hom. Clare asks if they can sit outside and talk.
Scene was shot Please respect the privacy of people living here and in the neighborhood.
GPS: ['40.8171730041504', '-73.9443435668945']
Boathouse + Audubon Center
Scene where Irene and Clare meet each other after a long time.
Scene was shot Built in 1905, the Boathouse in Prospect Park was one of the first buildings in New York City to be declared an historic landmark. The location was found thanks to help from Reddit user u/kahntemptuous (https://www.reddit.com/user/kahntemptuous/).
GPS: ['40.6608428955078', '-73.96533203125']
Scene where Irene meets John.
Scene was shot The movie was mostly filmed in the Brooklyn Heights, a neighborhood within the burrough Brooklyn. Originally referred to as Brooklyn Village, it has been a prominent area of Brooklyn since 1834. Most of the recognizable brownstone rowhouses where built prior to the Civil War. The district was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1966.
GPS: ['40.693286895752', '-73.9984588623047']