The actual locations where TV's "Westworld" was shot.


OVERVIEW:


Westworld was filmed mostly in Southern California, and was created from
multiple locations patched together
(with colorful backgrounds from Utah)
to form the illusion of one vast, futuristic amusement park.


Below is a break-down of these locations, listing each major setting:


SweetwaterSweetwater - the main Old West town in Westworld.
( The main Old West town in Westworld )

Abernathy RanchThe homestead of Dolores and her father
( The homestead of Dolores and her father )


Las MudasLas Mudas - the small Mexican border town.
( The small Mexican border town )

The Gallows / HangingThe Hanging - where the Main in Black rescues Lawrence
( Where the Main in Black rescues Lawrence )

Dr. Ford, the boy, and the snakeDesert area where Ford charms a snake
( Desert area where Ford charms a snake )

The Vulture / Wyatt's BadlandsWhere Teddy is tied to a rock, with a vulture.
( Where Teddy is tied to a tree, with vulture )

The White Church  /  EscalanteThe mysterious White Church
( Glimpsed by Dolores in a flashback )
.

Pariah
Pariah - a wild Mexican town with few limits
( A wild Mexican town with few limits )

The Orgy
The Orgy
( in Pariah ).
.

The Delos Arrival TerminalThe Delos escalators at the Westworld guest-welcoming center
( The escalators guests first ride ).

Mesa Gold Resort / Mesa Bar
The Mesa Gold modern resort at Westworld.

( The real-world part of the Westworld resort )

Sub-Level 83  ("Cold Storage")The creepy Sub-Level 83 ("Cold Storage")
( The creepy basement full of defective hosts ).


( William slaughters the Confederado soldiers ).


The Final Beach Scene

( with Teddy & Dolores, part of Ford's narrative )



    The actual locations where TV's "Westworld" was shot.

The Westword  screenshots from the show & all related characters & elements are trademarks of and HBO.
All other photos & text are Copyright  2017-Gary Wayne and may not be used without written permission.



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