Ontario has long been a favourite filming location for TV and movies. Recently, fans of Hulu's The Handmaid's Tale series likely recognized southwestern Ontario standing in for the northeastern United States.
Want to visit the timeless architectural beauties cast in an eerie light by this dystopian show? Just head to Toronto, Oakville, Hamilton and Cambridge.
Here are a few of the places you might want to check out:
-The imposing Victorian gem the Commander, Serena Joy and June live in is at the corner of Bay S and Aberdeen St in Hamilton
-Another courtroom scene was shot at Scottish Rite Club in Hamilton
-The spot where the handmaids take part in executions is actually Coronation Park in Oakville
-The handmaids often walk by the river, including the infamous wall where traitors are hung. That is filmed in Cambridge along the Mill Race
-Cambridge City Hall
's council chambers were used for a court scene and the exterior of City Hall was seen as Alexis Bledel is led by guards from the court