6 NYC Movies In Central Park Filmed at Bethesda Terrace
Some of the most recognized NYC movies in Central Park are shot in the heart of New York City. The park has been the most common setting for many great films, and over 100 movies have been shot here. Location managers have sought after the unique landmarks and hidden treasures within the park to include in blockbusters like The Avengers to romantic comedies like Enchanted. One of the most popular park attractions is Bethesda Terrace, once called The Water Terrace, where you’ll find the iconic Bethesda Fountain. The bronze, eight-foot statue designed by Emma Stebbins in 1868 depicts a female winged angel touching down upon the top of the fountain, where water spouts and cascades into an upper basin and into the surrounding pool, and is now a recognizable backdrop to some of your favorite NYC movies in Central Park.
At the end of the film Thor takes Loki and the Tesseract back to Asgard and the rest of the Avengers team goes their separate ways.
Giselle’s song ends in front of Bethesda fountain.
Stuart Little 2
In the 2002 movie Stuart Little 2, the scene where Falcon and Stuart are in a high-speed air chase.
One Fine Day
In the 1996 movie One Fine Day, the Terrace is the place where Melanie Parker, Jack Taylor and their two children frolic in some puddles while on their way to a soccer game.
Home Alone 2: Lost In New York
When Kevin flees the wet bandits’ kidnapping outside The Plaza, he runs to Bethesda Terrace in Central Park.
Adam Sandler and Winona Ryder ride bikes to Central Park on a date and stop at Bethesda fountain.