Let Georgetown take you to the movies! Georgetown was been a popular setting for American cinema. Experience sites such as the iconic stairs from The Exorcist and the bar and restaurant featured in St. Elmo’s Fire.

The Exorcist House, 3600 Prospect Street, NW
Owned by Georgetown University, this house was used for scenes in The Exorcist.

The Exorcist Stairs, 3600 Prospect Street, NW 
Most famous for the scenes in the The Exorcist, these 75 steps are popular with runners.

The Tombs, 1226 36th Street, NW 
St. Elmo’s Fire modeled its pub from this favorite Georgetown hangout. It was also filmed for The Exorcist.

34th & P Streets, NW 
This house was used as the residence of Sydney Ellen Wade (Annette Benning) in The American President.

3410 P Street, NW
This house was filmed for the movie Chances Are, starring Robert Downey, Jr.

1442 Wisconsin Avenue, NW
This building was featured as Dave’s temp employment agency in Dave, starring Kevin Kline.

Martin’s Tavern, 1264 Wisconsin Avenue, NW
Known for having served every U.S. president since Harry Truman, this restaurant was filmed for The Exorcist III.

The Shops at Georgetown Park, 3222 M Street, NW
Scenes from True Lies, starring Arnold Schwarzenegger, and No Way Out with Kevin Costner, were filmed in this former mall.

29th & O Streets, NW
Find the home of Will Smith’s character, lawyer Robert Dean, from the movie Enemy of the State