This article lists all the real-life shooting locations for 24: Redemption. A scene shot "on location" refers to any filming that took place outside of the main studio set section of the production headquarters building at 21050 Lassen Street in Chatsworth. Studio set locations are listed at the bottom of the page.
Sangala township Edit
Rebel camp Edit
The rebel camp that Iké Dubaku runs was shot at an abandoned quarry, formerly belonging to the Lafarge aggregate company, that is located north of Durbanville in the Western Cape, just off Malanshoogte Road.
Okavango School Edit
The scenes at the Okavango School were filmed at the Tollhuis in the Casa Maris Eco Estate at the foot of the Hottentots Holland Mountains, near to Sir Lowry's Pass Village in Western Cape. The Tollhuis is an old 17th Century Toll House that travelers would stop at before attempting the mountain pass. It has been converted into a museum more recently.
Nichols' office Edit
The interior and parking lot of Nichols' financial office was shot at the LA Times building at 202 West 1st Street in Downtown Los Angeles. The Capitol building was digitally added to the background in the shot of Chris Whitley getting into his car.
Football field Edit
The field where Desmond, James and the other boys play football before being kidnapped was shot at a football field just next to the rugby club in Sir Lowry's Pass village, Western Cape, next to Knorhoek Road.
US Capitol Edit
The scenes at the front of the United States Capitol building were shot at the Munger Research Center at the Huntington Library in San Marino, California, with the Capitol dome digitally added behind the building.
Roger Taylor's house Edit
The scenes at Roger Taylor's house were shot at 2726 Visscher Place in Altadena.
US Embassy Edit
The scenes at the US Embassy were filmed at the Van der Sterr building, the headquarters of the National Geo-spatial Information department at 20 Rhodes Drive in Mowbray, Cape Town.
Whitley's loft Edit
Chris Whitley's apartment was filmed in apartment number 1204 of the SB Grand Lofts at 312 West 5th Street in Downtown Los Angeles. The apartment faces northwest, and Pershing Square and the Millennium Biltmore are visible out of the window.
The west face of the Capitol, where Allison Taylor is inaugurated, was a set built on the bleachers of the Brahma football stadium at Pierce College in Woodland Hills.