Where Was Wednesday Filmed?

Where Was Wednesday Filmed?


Where was wednesday filmed

Wednesday is Netflix's most popular new show and currently sits atop their most watched list. With over 1 billion hours viewed since launch, this series has become one of the platform's most viewed offerings.

Though Jericho, Vermont is real, all other locations were created at Buftaa Studios in Romania - including the town square, Pilgrim World and even Sheriff's house!

Jericho Vermont

In the new Netflix series Wednesday, viewers get to know Morticia and Gomez Addams' daughter Wednesday (Jenna Ortega) as she strives to develop her psychic abilities. She ends up enrolling at Nevermore Academy - an eerie boarding school for monstrous misfits near Jericho, Vermont.

After taking revenge on her brother Pugsley's bullies by throwing live piranhas into the school swimming pool, Wednesday is expelled and sent to Nevermore Academy. At first she does not care for the new surroundings nor is interested in solving the murder spree that is raging through the school. But soon enough she discovers her psychic ability was inherited from her mother and she begins connecting with fellow students at Nevermore Academy.

Wednesday meets Enid, a girl completely opposite to her. They argue in class and even get into an argument over Rowan, the school bulldog. But when a gargoyle falls from the sky and rescues Wednesday from certain death, Bianca's former boyfriend Xavier appears.

Filming for the series took place in Romania, at the gateway to Transylvania - a region renowned for its mythical beauty and historical importance. Filming took place at Bucharest Film Studios with many scenes filmed within the city as well as surrounding areas.

Jericho's main square and train station scenes were all shot here, as was the trip to Pilgrim World. Other locations included Gradina Botanica Dimitrie Brandza - the greenhouse featured in Wednesday's botany classes - as well as several other studios around town.

Jericho, Vermont, USA has a population of 5,100 and is popular tourist destination with several historic buildings and churches as well as plenty of quaint shops and restaurants.

Joseph Crankstone first settled the town in 1625, making it one of Vermont's oldest settlements. Nowadays, it boasts numerous local businesses and restaurants - including the iconic Old Red Mill.

In fact, the name of the town itself is an allusion to a biblical story in which the Israelites crossed over the Jordan River into the Promised Land. It's said that Elias carried them across by himself. With such an appropriately named community that often gets compared to Stars Hollow from Gilmore Girls and other TV shows that draw inspiration from its small New England village setting, it seems fitting that its name be honoured here as well.

Cantacuzino Castle

One of the many places in Romania where Wednesday was filmed is Cantacuzino Castle on Zamora Street in Busteni. Although not as popular as Peles Castle, it's worth visiting for its stunning architecture and scenic beauty.

The castle is an ideal destination to reminisce about Romania's carefree Belle Epoque period when it was rapidly modernizing. Constructed in 1911 by Prince George Grigore Cantacuzino - who at that time was one of Romania's wealthiest men - it provides a fascinating window into that time period.

Cantacuzino Castle is one of Romania's most significant architectural, documentary and artistic landmarks for its Neo-Romanian style structure built at Prince Cantacuzino's request. Inside, stained glass windows, painted beamed ceilings, wooden, stone or wrought iron balustrades, white stone fireplaces with mosaic ornamentation create an aura of romance.

Visitors to the castle can take a guided tour of its various rooms, some of which remain intact, providing an insight into life for the Cantacuzino family. Plus, there are several galleries featuring paintings by famous artists such as Picasso, Matisse and Klimt which should not be missed!

The main hall of the castle is an expansive space adorned with stained Murano glass windows and portraits of Cantacuzino family members. You can also marvel at a remarkable heraldic collection displaying coats of arms from 27 families related to the Cantacuzino clan.

Visitors to this magnificent property can also explore its museum, housed in an old wine cellar. Here, you'll find a vast collection of art and antiques. If you want to learn more about its fascinating history, attend one of many educational seminars held at the castle.

Cantacuzino is home to not only a castle, but also some high-end restaurants and cafes. Plus, there's an art gallery featuring paintings by renowned Romanian and international artists.

The best thing about visiting this castle is that it's not as busy as Peles or Bran, so you can take your time and take in the sights without feeling crowded. Additionally, it makes for a wonderful spot to sit back, relax, and enjoy some coffee while learning about its fascinating history.

Bucharest Botanical Garden

Wednesday, a brand-new Netflix series, was shot primarily in Romania. Director Tim Burton wanted to accurately capture the look and feel of his beloved Addams family for this project.

Although some of the locations featured in the series, such as Jericho Vermont and Nevermore Academy, are fictional, many were real places. For instance, Cantacuzino Castle in Busteni - situated in Romania's Carpathian mountains - served as a popular summer residence for Gheorghe Grigore Cantacuzino when he served as Prime Minister.

Nevermore Academy was inspired by the castle's gnarly Neo-Gothic architecture, and is now open to the public as a stunning example of Neo-Gothic design. Decorated with stunning stained-glass windows, pointed arches and gargoyles that add an air of mystery, this structure stands proudly today.

If you're searching for an idyllic spot to visit in Bucharest, the city's Botanical Garden should not be missed! This stunning attraction showcases various plants and botanical species as well as having a stunning greenhouse used during filming of Wednesday's scenes at Nevermore Academy.

Cotroceni Garden, situated in the Cotroceni neighborhood of Madrid, was founded in 1860 and named for its founder Dimitrie Brandza. A popular attraction year-round for nature enthusiasts and art connoisseurs alike, the Garden offers something for everyone.

The Botanical Garden boasts several sections, but the Rare Plants Sector is the one that draws most visitors. Here, scientists and botanists collaborate to protect special European plant species that are on the verge of extinction.

Aside from its Rare Plants Section, the Botanical Garden also boasts other stunning gardens. For instance, it has a pond with waterfalls and even a lake for you to take in all of Australia's natural splendor while enjoying some delectable local cuisine. What an idyllic spot!

Peles Castle

No trip to Romania would be complete without visiting Peles Castle, a Neo-Renaissance masterpiece situated among the Carpathian Mountains. Inside, you'll find over 160 rooms and the Royal Library as well as an incredible collection of art pieces - including Murano glass chandeliers, German stained glass windows, and priceless collectibles.

King Carol I of Romania originally built the castle. While visiting Sinaia, he fell in love with its surrounding landscape and decided to construct his own summer residence there. Construction started on the castle in 1873, remaining the summer residence for members of the Romanian Royal family until 1948 when it was confiscated by Communist forces.

Today, it's considered one of the most stunning palaces in Europe. Covering 34,444 square feet with 160 luxurious rooms and more than 30 bathrooms, the Royal garden features seven terraces as well as Carrara marble ornamental pots for added aesthetic value.

Even after being a museum since 1953, the castle still draws in around one and a quarter million visitors annually. It offers an invaluable opportunity to delve into Romanian history and gain insight into its royalty.

In addition to its stunning architecture, the castle also hosts numerous cultural exhibitions. For instance, there's an outstanding ceramics exhibition featuring over 5,000 pieces of faience, floor tiles, and porcelain.

There's also the stunning royal library with unique manuscripts decorated in gold. Finally, you can take a guided tour of this lavish castle for an even more grand experience.

Bus travel to Sinaia from Brasov or Bucharest takes just an hour, with regular connections available.

It is best to avoid visiting the castle during weekends in summer as it becomes overrun and you must wait long before entering. For optimal enjoyment, visit in the afternoon when there will be less people around and more room for exploring.

Peles Castle, Romania's most iconic castle, is definitely worth visiting. This picturesque complex is encircled by carefully planned gardens and appears to have been plucked straight out of Grimm's Fairy Tales. In fact, it was featured in several movies including 2009's The Brothers Bloom.

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