Venice Beach, California
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Have you ever watched a movie and thought to yourself, “That place looks awfully familiar. Wasn’t it in that other movie too?” Turns out, your inkling is probably correct as Hollywood simply loves to use the same locations over and over again.

For example, according to the website Go Compare, Central Park in New York City has been used as a filming location 231 times. Venice Beach in California has clocked in 161 times, while Greenwich Village in New York City comes in at a close third with 160 movie credits.

Of course movies are filmed outside of New York City and Los Angeles, too. Go Compare compiled some very useful information for movie buffs and scoured IMDB records to find out what each state’s most-filmed locations actually are.

“To define a top location in each state, we went as granular as we could to isolate a specific building, landmark or city,” Go Compared said in a statement. As an example, the site found that in the great state of Ohio, Mansfield Reformatory was used as the filming location for the "Shawshank Redemption." And in Minnesota, the Mall of America was used as a filming location for both "Jingle All The Way" and "The Mighty Ducks."

Keep scrolling to find out which landmark is the most filmed location in your state.

Alabama: Ladd-Peebles Stadium

Alaska: Katmai National Park

Arizona: University of Phoenix Stadium

Arkansas: University of Central Arkansas

California: Venice Beach

Colorado: Red Rocks Park and Amphitheater

Connecticut: Yale University

Delaware: Dover International Speedway

Florida: South Beach

Georgia: Georgia Dome

Hawaii: Aloha Stadium

Idaho: Bronco Stadium

Illinois: Wrigley Field

Indiana: Indianapolis Motor Speedway

Iowa: University of Iowa

Kansas: Kansas Speedway

Kentucky: Creation Museum

Louisiana: Bourbon Street

Maine: Mount Katahdin

Maryland: Oriole Park

Massachusetts: Castle Hill

Michigan: Ford Field

Minnesota: Mall of America

Mississippi: University of Mississippi

Missouri: Jefferson National Expansion Memorial

Montana: Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument

Nebraska: University of Nebraska

Nevada: Caesar’s Palace

New Hampshire: Dartmouth College

New Jersey: Strauss Mansion Museum

New Mexico: Bonanza Creek Ranch

New York: Central Park

North Carolina: The Myers House

North Dakota: Fargo

Ohio: Mansfield Reformatory

Oklahoma: University of Oklahoma

Oregon: Multnomah Falls

Pennsylvania: Philadelphia Museum of Art

Rhode Island: University of Rhode island

South Carolina: Darlington Raceway

South Dakota: Mount Rushmore

Tennessee: Ryman Auditorium

Texas: Johnson Space Center

Utah: Goblin Valley State Park

Vermont: Killington Ski Resort

Virginia: Colonial Williamsburg

Washington: Mount St. Helens

West Virginia: West Virginia State University

Wisconsin: University of Wisconsin

Wyoming: Yellowstone National Park