Posted by imfromthepast on Tuesday, November 10th, 2009 at 7:05 pm - filed under Lost News - (20) Comments
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Hawaii finally received the Google Street View treatment, and what better way to celebrate than with a Virtual Tour of hawaii’s LOST shooting locations?

First up is the building from which John Locke was thrown:

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This view is taken from a bridge in Waikiki. But not just any old bridge. Oh no, it is the very bridge where Jin first saw Sun in her orange dress.

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Right there. And see that building in the trees back there? That is the Hawaii Convention Center. That is where they filmed the Oceanic ticket counter.

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Trust me, it’s in there somewhere.
Ok, now for a couple that Ryan pointed out on his blog,

Here’s Hurley’s mansion.

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This is where Bernard and Rose met.

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And finally the Mecca of all LOST Tours, the Beach Camp. Now as you might imagine, the Beach Camp is rather hard to see from the road, so no Street View for this one, and there’s really nothing from the air to mark this as the Beach Camp, but since I was there, you will just have to trust me.

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That’s all I’ve got. Obviously there are many more LOST locations on Hawaii, but why should I spoil the fun of searching for them?

Head on over to Hawaii in Google Maps and look for yourself!

Oh, and if you enjoy cheesy LOST-themed vacation videos, check this one out. It features many of the sites posted above, plus actual footage of the Beach Camp.
Enjoy.


20 Responses to “Virtual LOST Tour”


  1. Once again, I feel compelled to apologize to any of you who watch that video. My voice is very nasally. I am sorry.

  2. Kyle says:

    Thanks for the heads up. Is it possible, if I can find their embed codes?

  3. Jack's Sidekick says:

    wow, after just coming from there I really wish I had seen this sooner. However, I know for a fact that I saw alot of these places while I was hiking about and remember seeing the convention center for sure. I did see the boat docks( where Desmond was shot by Ben and the Oceanic 6 were mostly reunited)as well as the spot used as the funeral home Jack went to see Locke at and of course the airport. I actually made a LOST-styled hike half way up the island(should’ve taken a bus but thought it would be more authentic) in hopes of seeing the camp but got LOST in the mountains, got dehydrated and almost died. However I learned that while I was there, they were in the middle of the sixth episode so I know that when i see this episode it will be a reminder of my adventures there. And how’s this for irony, just days later I landed at the real LAX.

  4. clueless1der says:

    Hey that’s extremely cool…. in a totally geeky way. Ha! I can’t see the video tho, youtube (or wherever it’s at) is blocked from work. :(

  5. Kevin says:

    Anyone find the Temple on Google Maps?

  6. Kyle says:

    The Honolulu Star-Bulletin building in Kapolei served as the airport that the Others used to transport Juliet to the island.

    Dillingham Airfield up on the northwest part of the island is where they store the remains of Oceanic Flight 915 and the drug plane… I’ve got pics of myself with both :)

  7. MILOCAMPO says:

    signs of a long hiatus. ;P

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  9. hot gril says:

    Gustave Flaubert~ One must not always think that feeling is everything. Art is nothing without form.

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