Miracle On 34th Street (1994)

This Movie Was Set In The City of New York But Many Of The Scenes Took Place In Chicago. I Only Reviewed The Chicago Locations Of This Movie. If You Would Like To Know About The New York Locations Check Out The On The Set Of New York Website By Clicking This Link

Thank You To Terri For Finding And Letting Me Know About The House At The End Of The Movie

Thank You To Michael Hansen From The Filminglocs Website For Finding Senior Center Building

  • (0:14)  Coles Department Store / State Of Illinois Building; 160 N. La Salle Street, Chicago (Note: This Is Not Really A Department Store)

  • (0:14)  The Shoppers Express / Obviously Right Across La Salle Street In The Thompson Center (Note: The Street Has Changed Since The Movie Was Made As They Have Added A Median   With Trees Growing Down The Middle Of It)

  • (0:29)  Kris Kringle Feeding The Reindeer / Lincoln Park Zoo; 2200 N. Clark Street, Chicago

  • (0:31)  The Mount Carmel Senior Center / 6108 N. Winthrop Avenue, Chicago

  • (0:52)  Dorey Walker's Apartment Building / 2600 N. Lakeview Avenue, Chicago (Note: When Bryan Bradford And Dorey Walker Are Walking Just Before He Proposes They Are Walking East On W. Deming Place. When Kris Kringle Goes Across The Street To Talk With Bryan Bedford They Are In Lincoln Park Right Across The Street From The Building Real Close To The North Edge Of The North Pond)

  • (1:42)  The Exterior Of The Church / Holy Name Cathedral; 730 N. State Street, Chicago (Note: The Interior Of The Church Was Filmed At The Rockefeller Chapel On The University Of Chicago Campus At 5850 S. Woodlawn Avenue)

  • (1:47)  The New House / 771 Washington Road, Lake Forest


  1. Hi Chas! After much searching on bing and google maps, I believe the house at the end of the movie is located on Washington rd near the corner of E Westminster and Washington rd in lake forest!

    1. Thank you Terri For Letting Me Know. I Am Guessing It Is 771 Washington.

  2. Chas!

    The inside of the church is Rockefeller chapel on the University of Chicago campus

    1. Thank you as I have since added the info to the page. Thanks again for helping out.

  3. The toy department where you could visit Santa was filmed in the second floor ballroom in 112 S. Michigan now owned by the School of the Art Institute. The film payed to have the space restored after filming (it was painted tan in the movie).

  4. I like to watch this movie very well and interesting.

  5. Frederick Reisinger IIJune 17, 2019 at 6:47 AM

    I was an extra for the crowd scenes at the end when the crowd cheered. It was filmed at a parking lot outside of football feild of a college north of Chicago. But I cant find any info on it, nor remember the name.