9. St. Ann & Holy Trinity Church, Brooklyn

St. Ann & Holy Trinity Church, Brooklyn

Barbara leads Jim through the city in the back of the cop car, and after a planned attack, takes Jim hostage to the landmarked St. Ann and Holy Trinity church, a Gothic Episcopal church on Montague Street in Brooklyn Heights which serves as the stand in for Gotham Cathedral. The history of the congregation at St. Ann dates back to the American Revolution, and the church was originally built between 1844 and 1847 as the Church of the Holy Trinity by paper manufacturer, Edgar Bartow. The tower was completed in 1869 but removed in 1906.

Keep reading for the key film locations in season one, when Wayne Manor, Arkham Asylum, Fish Mooney’s club, and more are revealed for the first time. See where they’re filmed next:

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6 thoughts on “NYC Film Locations for TV Show Gotham on FOX

  1. The Old Town Bar is the bar that Harvey is bar tending at the beginning of season 2.

  2. Where exactly in Grand Central Terminal was this scene filmed, I am not familiar with this section of the building

    1. This is actually the waiting room – it’s hard to recognize because of the dim, moody lighting. Right now there’s a holiday shopping pop-up there.

      1. Thank you, I actually search again by looking for the floor plans and I found the answer

  3. In the eight episode of the first season, entitled “The Mask”, Jada Smith’s character can be found in a confessional booth in a church at approx. 17:33 mark. What was the name of the church used for this scene?

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