Twister was filmed in Oklahoma in the United States of America.
S 5th Street
Scene where Bill and Jo see the storm coming.
Scene was shot There is practically nothing that reminds the visitor that this part of the small city was used for the filming of Twister.
GPS: ['35.8757667541504', '-97.4317169189453']
Scene where The team arrives at the home of aunt Meg. She is very happy to see them.
Scene was shot Wakita is a small town in Grant County, Oklahoma. It was founded in 1898. There are only living 344 people according to the 2021 census. The house from aunt Meg is no longer there. The town also hosts a small museum dedicated to the movie. The Twister the Movie Museum is located at 101 W Main, Wakita, Oklahoma.
GPS: ['36.8814086914063', '-97.9207992553711']
E Ferguson Road Bridge
Scene where Bill, Jo and Melissa survived the storm that almost caught their car. Bill and Jo are quite extatic, but Melissa is stil very scared.
Scene was shot The bridges crosses Kaw Lake, a reservoir completed in 1976 in the northern reaches of the U.S. state of Oklahoma. It is close to Kaw City, a city located on a hill overlooking the lake. The lake is known for its dam which was authorized in 1962. The original town of Kaw City was covered by the waters of Kaw Lake in 1975. The city was rebuilt about two miles west of the old site during the late 1960s.
GPS: ['36.7975006103516', '-96.8293533325195']
Scene where Bill is watching the air and feeling the ground.
Scene was shot Garvin County came into existence on November 16, 1907, the day Oklahoma became a state. The county was named for Samuel J. Garvin, a local Chickasaw rancher, merchant and banker. Its economy is largely based on farming, ranching and oil production.
GPS: ['34.8186073303223', '-97.4375457763672']