Our favorite Outer Banks Pogues haven might be the fictional city of Kildare. But in the show’s third season, which is now streaming on Netflix, a close group of friends embark on treasure-filled adventures in new locations near and far from home. While you’re flipping through the pages knowing that is already being renewed for a fourth season, take a look at everything we know about filming locations.
OBX’s third season seems to have taken viewers to different locations (Guadeloupe, Basseterre in St. Kitts, Venezuela, etc.), but filming took place in Barbados and Charleston, South Carolina. . Barbados is the backdrop for everything from the supposedly uninhabited island known as Pogerlandia to the street scene of Bridgetown, the port city and capital of the island nation.
Although not officially confirmed, a church that plays an important role in events taking place on the island is likely represented by the Parish Church of St. John. The romantic Gothic building was first built in 1645. According to Visit Barbados, it was destroyed by hurricanes and has been rebuilt more than once since its inception.
The current building he has been standing since 1836. This isn’t the first time the show has utilized Barbados for filming.The Caribbean island — and indeed a mansion you can rent — was used in Season 2 to depict Cameron’s villa in the Bahamas. .
The film was shot in Charleston, South Carolina, although in real life the Outer Banks are off the coast of North Carolina. Outer Banks co-creator Jonas Pate originally intended to shoot the show in Wilmington, North Carolina.
The production chose South Carolina instead because it became illegal to use non-matching restrooms. Part of the law was repealed in 2017. In 2019, a consensus was reached that the use of gender-conforming restrooms cannot be restricted.
In South Carolina, many Charleston locations will return from previous seasons, including Cameron’s Tunny Hill estate in historic Lowndesgrove. This season’s storylines also feature some of our favorite characters, from the fictional Outer Banks to Charleston and especially the Charleston Museum. The actual appearance of the Charleston Museum is very similar to what is shown in the show.
Whether you’re in the mood for an island vacation (recommended by staying at the Hilton Barbados Resort, which was visited by some of the OBX cast members) or looking for a majestic getaway to Charleston, the production’s main Each location has its own spot. Yours Travel Bucket Value List.