Movie Sets & Filming Locations

As a longtime movie buff with more than 1,400 films in his collection, Michael Aaron Gallagher enjoys visiting movie sets and popular filming locations whenever possible. These are just some of the places he has photographed throughout his travels, which you may recognize from their time on the big screen.

Southgate Shopping Center
Lakeland, Florida
Featured in Movies: Edward Scissorhands (1990) and The One and Only Ivan (2020)

Southgate Shopping Center Lakeland Florida

The Southgate Shopping Center in Lakeland, Florida was featured in the movies “Edward Scissorhands” and “The One and Only Ivan.” Photo by Michael Aaron Gallagher.

Ca’ d’Zan Mansion
Sarasota, Florida
Featured in Movies: Great Expectations (1998) and Parker (2013)

Ca’ d’Zan mansion

Ca’ d’Zan Mansion in Sarasota, Florida was featured in the movies “Great Expectations” and “Parker.” Photo by Michael Aaron Gallagher.

555 E Stanford St.
Bartow, Florida
Featured in Movie: My Girl (1991), the home of Vada Sultenfuss.

555 E. Stanford Street Bartow Florida

The home of Vada Sultenfuss (played by Anna Chlumsky) in the movie “My Girl” (1991), 555 E. Stanford Street in Bartow, Florida. Photo by Michael Aaron Gallagher.

The Receiving Vault at Sleepy Hollow Cemetery
Sleepy Hollow, New York
Featured in Movie: House of Dark Shadows (1970)

The receiving vault at Sleepy Hollow Cemetery

Vampire Barnabas Collins haunts the receiving vault at the Sleepy Hollow Cemetery in Sleepy Hollow, New York in the movie “House of Dark Shadows” (1970). Photo by Michael Aaron Gallagher.

Hatch’s Fish Market
Wellfleet, Massachusetts
Featured in Movie: Year by the Sea (2016)

Hatch’s Fish Market Wellfleet Massachusetts

Hatch’s Fish Market in Wellfleet, Massachusetts was featured in the movie “Year by the Sea” (2016). Photo by Michael Aaron Gallagher.

American Legion Memorial Bridge
Martha’s Vineyard
Featured in Movie: Jaws (1975)

American Legion Memorial Bridge from Jaws Movie

The American Legion Memorial Bridge from the movie “Jaws” (1975) on Martha’s Vineyard. Photo by Michael Aaron Gallagher.