The 2018 Ari Aster film “Hereditary” was shot in Utah. The Graham house can be found in Park City, within a gated community known as The Colony. The home is not visible from the gated entrance. Ski lifts run just behind the home. Only the exterior of this property was used in the film, the interiors were filmed at Utah Film Studios, which we’ll cover later in this article.
LOCATION: 7 White Pine Canyon Rd, Park City, UT 84060
The tree house was built specifically for the film and dismantled after shooting was completed. We’ve included this wider shot of the surrounding area just to show that the tree house is no longer there.
The exterior of the school seen in the film is actually on the grounds of the Utah State Fairpark in Salt Lake City. It is seen several times in the film, all near the Grand Building near 300 N. In one scene, Peter, played by Alex Wolff, sees Joan, played by Ann Dowd, across the street through fencing.
LOCATION: Grand Building, Utah State Fairpark, 155 1000 W, Salt Lake City, UT 84116 (GPS coordinates: 40.772115, -111.921264)
Here is another view of the Grand Building, depicted as the high school in the film.
Also on the same grounds of the Utah State Fairpark is the support group building where Annie, played by Toni Collette, first meets Joan. This building is known as the Pioneer Building.
LOCATION: Pioneer Building, Utah State Fairpark, 155 1000 W, Salt Lake City, UT 84116 (GPS coordinates: 40.772367, -111.923145)
Here is a wider shot of the building. For those wondering, you can freely access the Utah State Fairpark. There is a DMV located near this building. This and the Grand Building seen in the film are fenced off, but both were open and accessible when we visited.
The accident at the telephone pole was filmed on Richardson Flat Rd in Heber City, located very close to Utah Film Studios. The telephone pole itself was added by the production, but here is the area where it was filmed.
LOCATION: Richardson Flat Rd, Heber City, UT 84032 (GPS Coordinates: 40.674216, -111.448817)
The funeral scenes were filmed at Larkin Sunset Gardens in Sandy, with the picturesque mountains in the distance. The cemetery is not large and it is relatively easy to find this location once you’re on the grounds.
LOCATION: Larkin Sunset Gardens, 1950 E 10600 S, Sandy, UT 84092 (GPS coordinates: 40.555222, -111.838284)
Annie visits Joan’s apartment, which can be found in Salt Lake City.
LOCATION: 839 E S Temple, Salt Lake City, UT 84103
Here is a wider view of the building.
Annie leaves Joel’s Art Supplies and encounters Joan in the parking lot. These scenes were actually filmed at Utah Film Studios in Park City, where much of the interiors for the film were shot, including the Graham house.
LOCATION: Utah Film Studios, 4001 Kearns Blvd, Park City, UT 84060
The entire area is fenced off and there is a security gate to reach the area where the art supply exterior was filmed. When we visited, we were able to enter without issue, but your experience may differ from ours if you attempt to visit. Here is a wider view of the studios. The art supply exterior was toward the left side of the building from this view.
Steve, played by Gabriel Byne, nearly runs the light at this intersection, before hitting the brakes.
LOCATION: Comstock Dr / Kearns Blvd, Park City, UT 84060
The beloved 1993 baseball comedy “The Sandlot” was filmed mostly around Salt Lake City, Utah. The open and close of the film, however, was shot at Dodger Stadium in Los Angeles, California.
LOCATION: 1000 Vin Scully Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90012
The houses of Smalls, Benny and Ham are all located next to each other in a cul-de-sac in Salt Lake City. The Smalls house can be seen here.
LOCATION: 1556 S 2000 E, Salt Lake City, UT 84108
Benny’s house is just across the street.
LOCATION: 1571 S 2000 E, Salt Lake City, UT 84108
Ham’s house is just a couple doors down from Smalls.
LOCATION: 2005 Bryan Ave S, Salt Lake City, UT 84108
The boys can be seen walking in front of the houses here.
Over in the town of Midvale, you’ll find Vincent Drug, where the boys purchased their baseballs. Vincent Drug has long since closed, but the signage and decor largely remain in tact. The trees out front have grown considerably since filming took place, so it’s a bit difficult to see from across the street. The same location was also featured in “Halloween 4: The Return of Michael Myers,” “Halloween 5: The Revenge of Michael Myers” and the Stephen King mini-series “The Stand.”
LOCATION: 7696 Main St W, Midvale, UT 84047
Here’s a better view of the front of the store, where Squints and Yeah-Yeah walk out and see Wendy Peffercorn walking down the sidewalk.
Here is the sidewalk where Wendy approaches.
An additional scene was also shot at the back of the store. The boys sit in front of the wall to the right, talking about Babe Ruth.
The Sandlot itself is unfortunately inaccessible to the public. It sits in a quiet neighborhood, tucked away behind a block of houses. The owner of the land lives in one of the houses and according to comments online, he is not welcoming to guests. There are one or two spots where there are gaps between the houses, where just a small section of the land can be seen, such as this.
LOCATION: The land behind 1388 Glenrose Dr S, Salt Lake City, UT 84104
About 45 minutes north of Salt Lake City, in the town of Ogden, you’ll find the swimming pool from the movie. The Lorin Farr Community Pool is where Squints fakes drowning in order to steal a kiss from Wendy Peffercorn when she attempts to administer mouth to mouth. While you’re in Ogden, be sure to check out the Dante’s Inferno restaurant location from “Dumb And Dumber.”
LOCATION: 1691 Gramercy Ave, Ogden, UT 84404
As the boys are thrown out, they get escorted through this exit on the opposite side of the pool. There’s a river running right next to the path. It’s a beautiful area if you have extra time to walk around.
Squints stands in front of this fence and catches one last look at Wendy.
Some kids challenge the boys to a baseball game, which was filmed at Riverside Park in Salt Lake City.
The classic 1994 comedy “Dumb and Dumber” is primarily set in the cities of Providence, Rhode Island and Aspen, Colorado. However, aside from some brief road clips and establishing shots, the production took place in neither city. The majority of the production took place around Salt Lake City, Utah and Northeast Colorado.
In the opening scene, Lloyd, played by Jim Carrey, pulls up in a limousine and attempts to talk up an Austrian lady standing on this corner. The street sign says Hope St, but the real location is at the intersection of 700 S and 200 W in Salt Lake City.
LOCATION: Intersection of 200 W / W 700 S, Salt Lake City, UT 84101
The building the woman stands in front of has since been completely remodeled. Some tracks have also been added to the street for trolleys. However, the building on the opposite side of the street, seen in the background of several shots, still bears some resemblance to how it appeared in the film.
Also worth noting, this same intersection is used in another scene in the film, when Lloyd is driving Mary to the airport and turns around to talk, with his back to the road as he blows through a red light. He is driving down W 700 S and the same building can be seen on the left side of the frame.
During the opening credits, Harry, played by Jeff Daniels, is introduced driving the “Shaggin’ Wagon,” a van decorated like a dog to promote his grooming business, “Mutt Cutts.” After stopping off for hot dogs to feed his van full of dogs, he races through the city late for a dog show. He is seen passing this intersection.
LOCATION: W 700 S / S 600 WSalt Lake City, UT 84101
Harry is seen again turning at this intersection, which is actually the same location as the shot above, facing the opposite direction.
Lloyd meets Mary Swanson, played by Lauren Holly, as he picks her up at her house, supposedly located in Providence. Mary’s house can be found on the grounds of La Caille, where several other scenes in the film were also shot, which we’ll cover later in this article. La Caille is a scenic area that is used for a variety of purposes. In addition to a restaurant, the property regularly hosts wedding photography and also has many guest houses around the grounds. Of all the filming locations on La Caille, Mary’s house is the most difficult to access. It is one of the guest houses on the grounds, often occupied by visitors who pay to stay in the home. The driveway leading down to the house is gated and marked as private. However, it is still possible to see a bit of the house from the gate, including the front door where the scene takes place.
LOCATION: 9563 Wasatch Blvd, Sandy, UT 84092
Harry nearly runs down a jogger at this intersection, as he continues racing to the dog show.
LOCATION: W 700 S / S 400 W, Salt Lake City, UT 84101
Harry speeds down Technology Way in the city of Orem, Utah, where he jumps the truck in the air. The trees have grown significantly in the years since the film was shot, obscuring most of the background. However, just enough of the house in the distance remains visible enough to match it up with the film.
LOCATION: Technology Way, Orem, UT 84097 (near the intersection of E 1600 N St)
Here is a wider view of the street. It’s not as steep as it appears in the film. Low angles and the use of a ramp make it look like much bigger dip in the road. Technology Way is a very short road, with the jump filmed on the side nearest to E 1600 N St.
Harry finally arrives with the dogs for Mrs. Neugeboren at Palmer Court housing development in Salt Lake City.
LOCATION: 999 Main St, Salt Lake City, UT 84111
Harry opens the back of the van to reveal the dogs, covered in ketchup and mustard from his reckless driving.
Lloyd drops of Mary at the airport, supposedly located in Providence. It’s actually the Salt Lake City International Airport. The airport has since been remodeled, so these views can no longer be matched up.
LOCATION: 776 N Terminal Dr, Salt Lake City, UT 84122
Here is the general vicinity in which he crashes his limo.
Harry and Lloyd’s apartment exterior can also be found in Salt Lake City. Known as the Smith Apartments, the building has changed very little since filming took place and is immediately recognizable. The interior of the apartment was a set at Osmond Studios in Orem, Utah, which has since closed.
LOCATION: 228 S 300 E, Salt Lake City, UT 84111
Here is a wider view of the building.
Harry and Lloyd escape from around this corner, mistakenly believing they are avoiding the gas man for late payments. As they turn the corner, a man can be seen in the background urinating against the brick wall of the neighboring building.
Here is where the blind boy, “Billy in 4C,” sits stroking the dead bird Petey that Lloyd sold him.
The scene where Lloyd gets robbed by an old lady was filmed just a few buildings down from Harry and Lloyd’s apartment. The building has unfortunately since been remodeled and the scene mostly just showed a sidewalk and wall anyways, so it may not look too recognizable. This stretch of sidewalk is where the scene took place, however.
LOCATION: 279 E 300 S, Salt Lake City, UT 84111
Mary’s parents’ house in “Aspen” is actually located in Park City, Utah, the same town where the Sundance Film Festival famously takes place each year. You have to travel up a mountain to see it. There are many beautiful houses and majestic mountain views in the area.
LOCATION: 6 Perserverance Ct, Park City, UT 84060
Lloyd has a fantasy as he drives about striking up a romance with Mary. He arrives at this “house,” which is actually the La Caille restaurant in Sandy, Utah. It’s on the same grounds as Mary’s “Providence” house where she first meets Lloyd.
LOCATION: 9565 Wasatch Blvd, Sandy, UT 84092
Lloyd embraces with Mary at this door, where he spins her and pulls up her dress.
As Lloyd’s fantasy continues, he hosts a party in the same location. The room and fireplace in the scene are located on the second floor of the La Caille restaurant. There was one other scene shot on the grounds of La Caille, which was set at the pond. It was ultimately deleted from the film, however.
Harry and Lloyd stay at the honeymoon suite of The Second Time Is Best Motel. The exterior is actually the M-Star Hotel in Heber City, Utah. The interior was a set at the former Osmond Studios in Orem, Utah.
LOCATION: 425 S Main St, Heber City, UT 84032
Harry and Lloyd have burgers with Mental at Dante’s Inferno. The building is now the American Legion Post in Ogden, Utah. While in Ogden, be sure to check out the swimming pool from “The Sandlot.”
LOCATION: 845 W 24th St, Ogden, UT 84401
The scene where Harry fills his van with gas, spilling fuel from under the dog’s leg was filmed at a former gas station in West Valley City (6381 W 2100 S, West Valley City, UT 84128). The gas station has since been completely removed and a trucking company has taken it’s place.
Lloyd stops off at a convenience store, where he sees some guys drinking big gulps. The building, now a lending company, is also located in Ogden.
LOCATION: 3087 Washington Blvd, Ogden, UT 84401
This building seen across the street still matches up perfectly with the film.
The exterior of the snow owl benefit, supposedly located in Aspen, is the Devereaux Mansion in Salt Lake City.
LOCATION: 340 S Temple, Salt Lake City, UT 84103
The interior of the snow owl benefit scene was shot just across the street from the Devereaux Mansion, inside the Grand Hall of the former Union Pacific Depot, which is now a property called The Getaway. The Grand Hall is actually open to the public, but it has limited daily hours, so if you plan a visit, just be sure you go when it’s open. The far wall underneath the train mural, just left of the doorway is where the bar was set up in the film. The hall is quite large, so it was blocked from limited angles in order to be scaled down for the film.
LOCATION: Union Pacific Depot, The Gateway, 400 W S Temple, Salt Lake City, UT 84101
Nicholas, the man behind the kidnapping of Mary’s husband, stays at this house in Kamas, Utah. Although the residence is in Kamas, it’s actually just a few blocks away from Mary’s parents’ house in Park City.