Terminator 2: Judgment Day

Terminator 2: Judgment Day was released into theaters on July 3rd, 1991. Filming locations include Fremont and Los Angeles, Ca. It was directed by James Cameron. Cameron also directed the original The Terminator film seven years prior. Arnold Schwarzenegger and Linda Hamilton reprised their roles of T-101/T-800 and Sarah Connor. Edward Furlong played John Connor, in what was his feature film debut. Other notable movies starring Furlong include American History X, Brainscan and Pet Sematary 2. Robert Patrick brilliantly played the part of the T-1000. Other notable movies starring Patrick include Cop Land, Die Hard 2, The Faculty, Fire in the Sky, From Dusk Till Dawn 2: Texas Blood Money and Walk the Line. Terminator 2 was the highest grossing theatrical release of 1991. The score was composed by Brad Fiedel. The films first DVD release was on October 21st, 1997.

John Connor's house - 19828 Valerio St. Los Angeles, Ca. 91306

The 1,324 square foot house was built in 1956.


Sarah's nuclear nightmare - Park Rd. Los Angeles, Ca. 90012
(Elysian Park, Buena Vista Hill)

The playground was built specifically for the movie and then removed after filming had concluded. There is a small kids play area close by but it differs considerably from the one seen in the movie and it's also not as close to the edge of the hill.


Semi jumps into wash - Hayvenhurst Ave. and Plummer St. Los Angeles, Ca. 91343

The semi jump itself takes place on the southern end of the intersection. Roughly .23 miles north of the intersection is the spot where John veers left into the smaller wash and the chase continues.

All "Now" pictures taken in 2022.

Cyberdyne - 47131 Bayside Pkwy. Fremont, Ca. 94538

At the time of my visit, it was Mattson Technology. For the film, they added a glass fascade to the top of the building to make it appear taller.

All "Now" pictures taken in 2019.


  1. Just came across this site. WOW! This is amazing. In the past I've searched for exact locations of movies and once found the home used in Ferris Bueller's Day Off on Google maps street view. Truly incredible site!

  2. You do an excellent work. May I suggest "Going Down" for a coming release?