Perry Mason was filmed in Fillmore, San Pedro and Los Angeles in the United States.
Los Angeles City Hall
Scene where ** spoiler alert ** Perry and Delle try to talk some sense into Emily about the church, but she still believes in miracles. (Episode 1.8)
Scene was shot Los Angeles City Hall is the center of the government of the city of Los Angeles, California, and houses the mayor's office. The building was designed by John Parkinson, John C. Austin, and Albert C. Martin, Sr., and was completed in 1928. It has undergone a seismic retrofit from 1998 to 2001 so that the building will sustain minimal damage and remain functional after a magnitude 8.2 earthquake. City Hall has an observation deck on the 27th floor that offers the opportunity to enjoy the beautiful skyline. And it’s free for the public!
GPS: ['34.0537796020508', '-118.242904663086']
Wilders Addition Park
Scene where Perry and Alice talk about the case. (Episode 1.8)
Scene was shot Wilders Addition Park is a park along the cliffs of Paseo del Mar in San Pedro. There are paths leading down the cliff to the tide pools below. It’s a good place to watch the sun set.
GPS: ['33.7103500366211', '-118.300628662109']
Devils Gate Dam
Scene where ** spoiler alert ** Perry tells Pete he is almost out of options. He needs him one more time. (Episode 1.8)
Scene was shot The Devil’s Gate Dam was built there for flood-control in 1921. The 2009 fire burned more than 160,000 acres of the San Gabriel Mountains. Subsequent storms brought in so much sediment into Devil's Gate Reservoir that it has to be removed to protect downstream communities. This proces started in 2019.
GPS: ['34.1853485107422', '-118.175109863281']
Rancho Camulos Museum
Scene where Perry and Lupe go to the casino. Afterwards Lupe steps into the fountain inviting Perry to join her and kiss her. (Episode 1.3)
Scene was shot The Rancho Camulos Museum is a 40 acre National Historic Landmark, situated within an 1800 acre working ranch known as the Camulos Ranch Company. The precise date of the fountain is unknown, but it is depicted in plan upon a signed drawing dated 1853 in the del Valle family papers.
GPS: ['34.4051322937012', '-118.756698608398']