The Dark Knight Rises Filming Locations

Unlike the first two installments of Christopher Nolan's Batman trilogy, Batman Begins and The Dark Knight, which were filmed in Chicago, The Dark Knight Rises was primarily filmed in Pittsburgh.

Part of the Batman Collection

The Dark Knight Rises was filmed in Pittsburgh, Los Angeles, & New York in the United States of America, London in the United Kingdom, and in India.

Wollaton Hall

Wayne Manor

A memorial for Harvey Dent is held in front of Wayne Manor at the start of the film. At the end of the film, Jim Gordon reads in front of Bruce's grave.


St. Swithin's Home For Boys

Blake takes orphans from here in an attempt to get them out of the city.

Trump Tower

Wayne Enterprises

Bruce walks out of the tower after losing the company and sees his car being towed.

Queensboro Bridge

Gotham Bridge

Bane leaves this one bridge into Gotham standing. Late in the film Blake attempts to get some children out of the city but is stopped by the police who destroy a section of the bridge.

Source: IMDb

Mehrangarh Fort

The Pit

Bruce emerges from the prison in the ground at the foot of this fort. A young Ra's al Ghul is also seen walking along a street in the fort after being released.

Mellon Institute (CMU)

Gotham City Hall

The GPD attack Bane's army in force with the help of Batman. Batman then enters the building to save Miranda Tate. The confrontation between Batman and Bane takes place on the fourth floor lobby.

Source: Reelz (archived)