Looking for locations in Texas? From iconic western landscapes to contemporary urban settings, the Texas Film Commission showcases a wide range of statewide locations on our public-facing searchable online database. While photos of some locations may only be available in our internal locations database, this is a great place to start your search for the perfect Texas filming location.
NOTE: Additional locations can be found on LocationsHub, which also includes photo galleries submitted by Regional Texas Film Commissions and property owners.
Need some additional direction on the locations front? Our internal locations database features extensive photographs of thousands of locations across the state and allows us to create customized location packages for your project. Tell us what you're looking for and our production department will help you find it in Texas.
Submit Your Property for Films
Do you own or represent a location in Texas that you would like to make available for filming?
City, county, state and federal offices may require permits to film on publicly-owned properties including but not limited to: roads, sidewalks, government buildings and parks. Our production department can provide assistance in connecting with the appropriate contacts to inquire about the permitting processes for these locations.
State Property Use
If you are interested in filming on State of Texas owned and operated properties, the Texas Film Commission can help to facilitate your filming request to the appropriate state agencies.
Regional Film Commissions
With thorough knowledge of local crew, vendors and support services in their regions, regional film commissions can provide productions with valuable assistance in permitting, lodging and other production-related needs.
Film Friendly Texas Communities
The Texas Film Commission’s Film Friendly Texas program connects media industry professionals with skilled community liaisons across the state to provide local expertise and production support. From permits to vendors, these communities are ready to assist productions and provide information about the resources available in their area.
Please call the Texas Film Commission at 512-463-9200 and ask to speak with a representative in our production department for more information about the location services provided by our office.