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Lost Woods Resort from "Pretty Little Liars"

Lost Woods Resort from "Pretty Little Liars"


Lost Woods Resort, a creepy motel in the woods where Mona kept a lair when she was A-ing.


Warner Brothers Studio
3400 W Riverside Drive
Burbank, CA


You know what they say: "never trust a pretty girl with an ugly secret". One of the secrets of "Pretty Little Liars" is that the whole town of Rosewood is created on the Warner Brothers Studio lot in Burbank, CA. On the one hand, none of the places the girls go aren't real; on the other hand, you can visit them all by taking the Warner Brothers Studio tour.


In the second-season finale, the girls visit the creepy Lost Woods Resort, where they suspect Alison had been before she disappeared. That resort, nestled on the WB lot, is actually the same exterior used as Merlotte's on "True Blood" and as the Rammer Jammer on "Hart of Dixie".


There's not much space inside this set, so the show only uses the exterior for these shots; the creepy "A" headquarters the girls discover was most likely created on a WB sound stage. "Pretty Little Liars" also used this exterior set for Noel Kahn's cabin in episode 103. This area (in the WB's jungle!) has been a stop on every single Warner Brothers tour I've ever taken, so if you show up you're very likely to see the Lost Woods Resort!


Written by Christina LeBlanc
Location photos by Christina LeBlanc and Thom the tour guide

Toby and Jenna's house from "Pretty Little Liars"

Toby and Jenna's house from "Pretty Little Liars"

Noel Kahn's cabin from "Pretty Little Liars"

Noel Kahn's cabin from "Pretty Little Liars"