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Where Was Season 3 of Outer Banks Filmed?


Our favorite Pogues in Outer Banks song, “Paradise on Earth,” might be about the made-up town of Kildare.

But in the third season of the show, which is now available on Netflix, the close group of friends gets caught up in treasure-driven adventures in new places near and far from home.

As you enjoy the latest episode or speed through it because you already know there will be a fourth season, check out what we know about where it was shot.

Where Was Season 3 of Outer Banks Filmed?

Even though the third season of OBX takes place in places like Guadeloupe, Basseterre in St. Kitts, and Venezuela, it was actually shot in Barbados and Charleston, South Carolina.

Barbados has been used as the setting for everything from the “deserted” island of Poguelandia to street scenes in Bridgetown, the port city and capital of the island country.

Even though it hasn’t been officially confirmed, it looks like St. John Parish Church is the church that plays a key role in what happens on the island. The romantic, Gothic-style building was built for the first time in 1645.

Where Was Season 3 of Outer Banks Filmed?

This is not the first time the show has used Barbados as a place to film. In the second season, the Camerons‘ vacation home in the Bahamas was played by an island in the Caribbean where you can rent a mansion.

Even though the Outer Banks are actually near the coast of North Carolina, the movie was shot in Charleston, South Carolina. Jonas Pate, who helped make Outer Banks, first thought that the show would be filmed in Wilmington, North Carolina, where Dawson’s Creek and The Summer I Turned Pretty were made.

Because of a 2016 anti-LGBTQ bathroom bill in North Carolina, which made it illegal to use a bathroom that doesn’t match the sex you were given at birth, the production moved to South Carolina instead.

In 2017, a part of the law was taken away. In 2019, a deal was made that said no one could be stopped from using the bathroom that matches their gender identity.

In South Carolina, we see a lot of Charleston locations from previous seasons, like the Camerons’ Tanneyhill estate, which is filmed at the historic Lowndes Grove.

Some of our favorite characters move from the made-up Outer Banks to Charleston, specifically the Charleston Museum, as part of the storyline for this season. The outside of the real Charleston Museum looks a lot like the one shown on the show.

Either the Hilton Barbados Resort, where some of the OBX cast stayed or Charleston, South Carolina, should be on your list of places to visit.

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