Take a photo tour of Detroit filming locations in Batman v Superman

Want to check out the filming locations for the new Batman v Superman movie without taking an app-guided drive around the city? Or are you an Android user left out by the iOS-only release? Either way, we’ve got you covered with our own slideshow through the filming locations highlighted in the Batman v Superman tour app.

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Lois Lane’s Apartment
Now home to John Varvatos first store in the midwest, 1500 Woodward played the part of Lois Lane’s apartment, it’s classic fire escape acting as a perfect landing pad for her flying sweetheart. (Photo Credit: MikeRussell via Wikimedia Commons)
Lois Lane’s Apartment

Now home to John Varvatos first store in the midwest, 1500 Woodward played the part of Lois Lane’s apartment, it’s classic fire escape acting as a perfect landing pad for her flying sweetheart. (Photo Credit: MikeRussell via Wikimedia Commons)
Meeting in D.C.
The MacArthur Bridge, viewed from Gabriel Richard Park and looking out to Belle Isle, was the backdrop for a clandestine meeting between Lois Lane and a government contact. (Photo Credit: Belle Isle Conservancy)
Meeting in D.C.

The MacArthur Bridge, viewed from Gabriel Richard Park and looking out to Belle Isle, was the backdrop for a clandestine meeting between Lois Lane and a government contact. (Photo Credit: Belle Isle Conservancy)
Museum Gala
Bruce Wayne and Diana Price banter over antiquities in the main branch of the Detroit Public Library, which dressed up as an art gallery for its appearance in the movie. (Photo Credit: Andrew Jameson via Wikimedia Commons)
Museum Gala

Bruce Wayne and Diana Price banter over antiquities in the main branch of the Detroit Public Library, which dressed up as an art gallery for its appearance in the movie. (Photo Credit: Andrew Jameson via Wikimedia Commons)
Wayne Building - Gotham
The opulent art deco Guardian Building was cast as the Gotham headquarters of Batman’s business empire. (Photo Credit: Andrew Jameson via Wikimedia Commons)
Wayne Building - Gotham

The opulent art deco Guardian Building was cast as the Gotham headquarters of Batman’s business empire. (Photo Credit: Andrew Jameson via Wikimedia Commons)
Raffi’s Restaurant
Michigan Ave’s classic Hygrade Deli received a midwestern makeover to transform into Raffi’s Restaurant, the Kansas diner where Clark Kent’s mother works waiting tables. (Photo Credit: John A. on Yelp)
Raffi’s Restaurant

Michigan Ave’s classic Hygrade Deli received a midwestern makeover to transform into Raffi’s Restaurant, the Kansas diner where Clark Kent’s mother works waiting tables. (Photo Credit: John A. on Yelp)
Diana’s Hotel
The lobby of Diana’s hotel was, in reality, the lobby of the Masonic Temple. But that was not the only role the building played in the film. It also served as a D.C. men’s room where Lois Lane cornered an evasive senator, as well as the site of an underground fight. (Photo credit: Carptrash via Wikimedia Commons)
Diana’s Hotel

The lobby of Diana’s hotel was, in reality, the lobby of the Masonic Temple. But that was not the only role the building played in the film. It also served as a D.C. men’s room where Lois Lane cornered an evasive senator, as well as the site of an underground fight. (Photo credit: Carptrash via Wikimedia Commons)
Abandoned Gotham Building
Of course, no movie can be filmed in Detroit without an epic showdown in the abandoned Michigan Central Station, right? Batman and Superman make the Transformers look like children’s toys in a fight scene that takes viewer on a veritable tour of the iconic building. (Photo Credit: Albert Duce via Wikimedia Commons)
Abandoned Gotham Building

Of course, no movie can be filmed in Detroit without an epic showdown in the abandoned Michigan Central Station, right? Batman and Superman make the Transformers look like children’s toys in a fight scene that takes viewer on a veritable tour of the iconic building. (Photo Credit: Albert Duce via Wikimedia Commons)
Downtown Metropolis
The app lists this location as Fort St. between Shelby and Griswold, but Bruce Wayne didn’t stick to just one block. At one point, a Congress street sign is clearly visible as he navigates the fictional Metropolis. (Photo Credit: Michael Barera via Wikimedia Commons)
Downtown Metropolis

The app lists this location as Fort St. between Shelby and Griswold, but Bruce Wayne didn’t stick to just one block. At one point, a Congress street sign is clearly visible as he navigates the fictional Metropolis. (Photo Credit: Michael Barera via Wikimedia Commons)
Abandoned House
The Ransom Gillis House, in its pre-Rehab Addict state, provided the scene for one of Batman’s late night crime fighting adventures. Moviegoers following the app may be surprised to see how different this site looks now. (Photo Credit: Andrew Jameson via Wikimedia Commons)
Abandoned House

The Ransom Gillis House, in its pre-Rehab Addict state, provided the scene for one of Batman’s late night crime fighting adventures. Moviegoers following the app may be surprised to see how different this site looks now. (Photo Credit: Andrew Jameson via Wikimedia Commons)
Boat Yard
The Russell Industrial Complex served as several locations in different parts of the movie, appearing as a burning Mexico City factory as well as the boat yard setting of an obligatory Batmobile chase scene. (Photo Credit: No Body Atoll on Flickr)
Boat Yard

The Russell Industrial Complex served as several locations in different parts of the movie, appearing as a burning Mexico City factory as well as the boat yard setting of an obligatory Batmobile chase scene. (Photo Credit: No Body Atoll on Flickr)