Iconic Homes From Movies And TV Shows You Can Actually Visit

The setting of a movie or TV show is crucial for both the characters and the audience. These places help guide the story in multiple directions and are the most important visuals on the screen. Many well-known films and TV shows have locations that are just as essential as the movie or TV show’s iconic actors.

Full House, Sixteen Candles, The Notebook, and more all have iconic homes that are prominently featured on screen. Movies and TV shows will often time use existing houses for exterior shots. Keep reading to see which popular film and TV houses you can visit in person.

The Brady Bunch House is a Piece of History

a street view of the house from the brady bunch
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Here’s the story of a classic TV house. The Brady Bunch first premiered on September 26, 1969 and lasted for five seasons. It centered around a blended family with a father of three sons marrying a mother with three daughters. After re-runs and many spin-offs it garnered millions of fans all around the world.

This house pictured above was used as the exterior shot for their home and is located at 11222 Dilling Street in Studio City, California. Even though the show wasn’t shot in this house, the original cast ended up refurbishing it for an HGTV show called A Very Brady Renovation.