Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close Park Locations

Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close

Central Park is an integral part of the film Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close. Our guests on the tour and visitors to the website have been asking us specifically about locations for the film so we’ve put together a map of locations used in the film:

Filming Locations in Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close

You’ll see there are two scenes filmed at The Lake. One takes place on the northwest border of the lake:

lake location

Oscar (Thomas Horn) is on a scavenger hunt that his father (Tom Hanks) has sent him on. At another point in the film we see Horn and Hanks on the southern side of The Lake at a swing set that was brought in just for filming. Behind the swing set we can see The Lake and Bow Bridge.

Hanks and Horn at Bow Bridge

Hanks Swings

In the second image above you can see the orange net in place because of the restoration that is still happening on the southern side of Bow Bridge. Lastly, in another moment of the scavenger hunt we see Oskar down near Wollman Rink scaling one of the park’s prominent natural rock formations.

Horn by Wollman Rink

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