Where was White House Plumbers Filmed? Locations Explained

By Louie Fecou
Published: May 3, 2023 (Last updated: 4 weeks ago)
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Where was White House Plumbers Filmed? We discuss the highly anticipated HBO series and the many filming locations.

Leaked documents, a secret covert operation, an American President, and leaks at the highest level are some ingredients in this often unbelievable but true drama that focuses on The White House and some of the infamous incidents surrounding President Richard Nixon.

The satirical show was created and written by Alex Gregory and Peter Huyck and is based on the book Integrity by Egil and Matthew Krogh.

With Woody Harrelson and Domhall Gleeson included in the cast, it has become a must-watch piece of TV, but this article is more interested in the actual production of the show, and with complete transparency, will answer the question where was White House Plumbers filmed?

Where was the White House Plumbers filmed – a breakdown of filming locations

Poughkeepsie, New York

Principle photography would start in May of 2021, and there would be sightings of filming all over New York.

One main location was Poughkeepsie, in the region of the Hudson Valley River, with a generally humid climate and ideal for location filming.

If you head to Instagram, you can find David Mandel @davidhmandel, and there are a couple of shots of New York used in filming on what appears to be the last days of the shoot in Poughkeepsie.

Albany, New York

As far as bust New York streets go, Albany fits the bill and is also an easily recognizable filming location.

David Mandel has a post pertaining to this shoot on his Instagram page.

Washington DC

Of course, to authenticate location for a show heavily featuring the US Presidency, there would have to be plenty of location work in Washington, DC.

It is the US capital city and federal district and is found on the East bank of The Potomac River.

Once again, David has been very generous with his Instagram, posting a shot of the team at the corner of Pennsylvania and 17th.

Charlotte Amalie, The US Virgin Islands

Renamed in 1691 after Charlotte Amalie of Hesse-Kassel, Charlotte was the queen consort to King Christian V of Denmark.

The harbor is blessed with a deep water base, making it ideal for cruise ships in The Caribbean, but it was once well-known as a haven for pirates.

Beverly Hills, California

Located South of The Hollywood Hills, this is an iconic location often used in film production.

It’s easy to spot on location and is a huge tourist spot for film fans looking for themselves in the real-life setting for many productions.

Redondo Beach, California

Another real-life location that has been used extensively in filming for many shows, including this one, that has avid film fans visiting every year,

The coastal city is found in the South Bay region of greater LA.

It is one of three beaches found in the Santa Monica region.

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