Category Archives: Season 6

“LOST” Season 6.

Makua Beach

The second to the last stretch of sand before Kaena Point, near the end of Farrington Highway on the westernmost edge of O‘ahu, Makua Beach is among the most remote locations used by “LOST.” It’s where the base of Jacob’s statue was built (“The Incident,” Ep. 5×16, “LA X,” Ep. 6×01). The rocky outcrop is known as Pōhaku Kula‘ila‘i, a sacred spot in Hawaiian lore, and also as “Pray for Sex” rock. Continue reading Makua Beach

YMCA Camp Erdman

“Othersville,” the suburban enclave of the DHARMA Initiative and subsequently the Others (first seen in “A Tale of Two Cities,” Ep. 3×01), is the YMCA’s Camp H.R. Erdman (69-385 Farrington Hwy.) on the North Shore. The camp became a major set for Season 5, and appeared in several episodes depicting different time periods. The YWCA welcomes visitors and has signage offering parking for “LOST” fans, but asks that photos not be taken of children or other guests. Continue reading YMCA Camp Erdman

Alelo Street

The show has used two homes on this residential street in Waikele. First, the suburban home that Locke inspected for Nadia (“Lockdown,” Ep. 2×17), is 94-1003 Alelo St. Second, almost directly across the street is the home where Locke and Helen lived (“The Substitute,” Ep. 6×04). These are private residences. Continue reading Alelo Street

Aloha Stadium

The stadium where Jack first meets Desmond (“Man of Science, Man of Faith,” Ep. 2×01), and where we later see Penny track him down (“Live Together, Die Alone, Ep. 2×23), is Aloha Stadium (99-500 Salt Lake Blvd.), the largest sports venue in Hawaii. The stadium was revisited in Season 6, when Desmond tracks down Penny in the flash-sideways (“Happily Ever After,” Ep. 6×11). Continue reading Aloha Stadium

Bishop Museum

The State Museum of Cultural and Natural History, Bishop Museum, has served as a filming location for several episodes. The museum’s “Great Lawn” was where Eloise was staging the “fusion” concert when Desmond visited her in the flash-sideways (“Happily Ever After,” Ep. 6×11, “The End,” Ep. 6×17). The backstage area where Claire gave birth to Aaron was the Long Gallery inside historic Hawaiian Hall. The side of the Hawaiian Hall has also appeared as the London waterfront (“Flashes Before Your Eyes,” Ep. 3×08) and as a snowy street in Russia (“He’s Our You,” Ep. 5×10). Continue reading Bishop Museum

Hale Hana Apartments

The “Flightline” motel where Locke met Anthony Cooper, and where Helen confronted them (“Lockdown,” Episode 2×17) is the Hale Hana apartment complex off Kapahulu Avenue (3410 Leahi Ave.). The location resurfaced in the flash-sideways, as Hurley went to retrieve Charlie for a concert (“The End,” Ep. 6×17). Continue reading Hale Hana Apartments

Ala Wai Harbor

The Ala Wai Harbor (also known as the Ala Wai Yacht Harbor or the Ala Wai Small Boat Harbor) is the setting of several “LOST” scenes. It is the marina where Boone confronts Shannon’s boyfriend and attempts to pay him off (”Hearts and Minds,” Ep. 1×13). It is also the marina where Charlie caused Desmond to crash his car into the water (“Happily Ever After,” Ep. 6×11). And the same area is also the backdrop for the iconic photo of Desmond and Penny (“Flashes Before Your Eyes,” Ep. 3×08). Note the twin towers of the Hawaii Prince Hotel visible in the background. Continue reading Ala Wai Harbor

Popeye’s Chicken & Biscuits

Mr. Cluck’s Chicken Shack, where Hurley, Johnny and Randy worked (“Everybody Hates Hugo,” Ep. 2×04), was the Popeye’s Chicken in Iwilei (1515 Dillingham Blvd.). The restaurant was revisited in Season 3 (“Tricia Tanaka Is Dead,” Ep. 3×10) and Season 6 (“Everybody Loves Hugo,” Ep. 6×12). Continue reading Popeye’s Chicken & Biscuits

Walter Murray Gibson Building

The police station where Sarah finds Jack (”A Tale of Two Cities,” Ep. 3×01), and where Sawyer and Miles work (“Recon,” Ep. 6×08), is the old Honolulu Police Station building at the corner of Merchant and Bethel streets, now called the Walter Murray Gibson Building (842 Bethel St.). Continue reading Walter Murray Gibson Building

Police Beach

Police Beach is among the most iconic and most used locations on “LOST.” It’s the home of the survivors’ beach camp as seen beginning halfway through the first season through season six. The shore itself, like all beaches in Hawaii, is open to the public, but the set becomes private property at the vegetation line. There is often signage and temporary fencing marking the nebulous property line. Continue reading Police Beach