Top Gun was filmed in San Diego in the United States of America.
Scene where Charlie wants to explain Maverick why she did what she did, but he tells her: ‘I cannot hear you!’
Scene was shot The NTC Foundation - NTC stands for Naval Training Center - was established to renovate 26 historic buildings at the former Naval Training Center into a significant new flagship destination for arts, culture, and creativity. It was established in 2000. Visitors experience the arts, culture, creativity, and cuisine that are the hallmarks of the San Diego region and enjoy innovative experiences in a historic setting.
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The Plunge San Diego
Scene where Maverick and Iceman are having a fight because Iceman thinks Maverick is too dangerous.
Scene was shot Belmont Park is a historic amusement park located on Ocean Front in the Mission Bay area of San Diego. The attractions and rides that remain from the original 1925 park include the Giant Dipper, a wooden roller coaster. Another historic facility is The Plunge, an indoor swimming pool. The Plunge was originally a salt water pool called the Natatorium and was the largest salt-water pool in the world; it now contains fresh water.
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Lafayette Hotel - Mississippi Room
Scene where Maverick and Goose try to seduce the unknown blond girl by singing You've Lost That Loving Feeling.
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W Laurel Street
Scene where Charlie catches up with Maverick to tell him she is falling for him.
Scene was shot W Laurel Street is located in Bankers Hill, San Diego. Bankers Hill, sometimes known as Park West, is a long established uptown San Diego neighborhood near Balboa Park. It is bordered to the north by Hillcrest (at Upas St.), to the south, past Date Street, by Downtown (at Interstate 5, the San Diego Freeway), to the east by Balboa Park, and the west by Interstate 5, Little Italy and the neighborhood known as Midtown. The area is primarily residential south of Laurel Street and west of 5th Avenue. Many new construction projects are ongoing as of 2009, creating condominiums along 6th Avenue facing the park. Locations further west allow an elevated, panoramic view of Downtown, San Diego Bay, the airport, Coronado, Harbor Island and Mount Soledad.
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Scene where Maverick visits Viper’s house.
Scene was shot The New Point Loma Lighthouse (officially Point Loma Light) is a lighthouse at the southern tip of the Point Loma peninsula in San Diego, California. It was first lighted on March 23, 1891, replacing the Old Point Loma Lighthouse which is atop the 400 feet (120 m) cliffs of Point Loma; the old lighthouse was often obscured by fog. The new light is only 88 feet (27 m) above the water. The first lighthouse keeper was Robert Decatur Israel, who had been keeper at the old lighthouse for 18 years. The original light was 600,000 candlepower and could be seen at a distance of approximately 15 nautical miles. There was also a two-tone diaphone fog horn and living quarters for several families.
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Air Station Miramar - volleyball court
Scene where Playing with the boys.
Scene was shot Marine Corps Air Station Miramar is a United States Marine Corps installation. The airfield is named Foss Field after Joe Foss. The air station s best known as the former location of the United States Navy Fighter Weapons School (NFWS) and its TOPGUN training program. The legendary volleyball scene in the movie was shot on sand courts on the Miramar base, according to tripsavvy.com. The courts no longer exists, but they were located north of Barracks 298-300.
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