Avengers: Endgame is releasing in theatres on April 26, 2019, and the whole Avengers fan-base cannot wait to witness what happens after Thanos wipes out half of the entire universe. The VFX intensive movie doesn’t really have many principal locations where the movie has been shot because of its complex and versatile shots and scenes which were mostly created by CGI and animations, but it would intrigue anyone to know that the Endgame was filmed on actual locations too. There were a few locations where the Avengers Endgame movie was shot through and visiting these places will be a revealing and mesmerizing experience not only for the fanatics but even those mildly interested. Here are the two locations where Avengers: Endgame was filmed at:
Dutchess County, New York
A land spread over 800 miles with natural and scenic beauty, historic and cultural landmarks, Dutchess is more interesting than it sounds. The mill's mansion estate in Staatsburg- North Dutchess County was used as a location to Film Endgame. (Fun fact: the code name for the movie was Mary Lou at this time.) Apart from this being the reason to visit the place, you can explore and go wine tasting along the Dutchess Wine Trail. Explore the garden estates and climb their trails. Taste new dishes at The Culinary Institute of America. Fill the storeroom at ranch markets. Navigate and cruise the Hudson River and discover modern and Traditional art in the County.
Ulster County, New York
Located about 90 minutes away from New York City encompassing High Falls, New Paltz, Hurley, Kingston, and a number of smaller towns, this county extends from the Hudson River to the foothills of the Catskill Mountains, this county is scenic and mesmerizing and has historic significance with the Dutch having settled here and the French built the canal to New York in 1677. In return is a form of growing rates of tourism across the county with restaurants upping their game because of the rising tourism and with Avengers Endgame been filmed in this county, the tourism isn’t going to decline anytime in the near and far future.