DC Comics series Arrow spent the last decade occupying Vancouver, and recently wrapped-up set for the last time a few months ago. Although the show has come to an end, other series that are part of the Arrowverse are still utilizing the Canadian city for their picture-perfect moments, including their latest spinoff. The new Batwoman series filming in Vancouver has been seen shooting all across the city.\nThe show that had its premiere back in October of 2019 stars Ruby Rose and according to IMDb follows Batman’s cousin Kate Kane who decides to become the “symbol of hope”, marking the third anniversary since her cousin’s disappearance.\nWhile part of the series was filmed in Chicago, the majority of Gotham is actually the Vancouver metropolitan area.\nSome locations are even open to the public!\nVancouver Art Gallery\nView this post on Instagram Pull out your umbrellas ☔️ and come get lost in art at the Gallery! What’s your favourite way to enjoy an exhibition? . #repost from a recent visit by #efambassador @goldendo_0824. We love seeing your shots 📷 Tag us on your next visit! #ArtMakesUs #MyVanArtGallery A post shared by Vancouver Art Gallery (@vanartgallery) on Jan 23, 2020 at 12:29pm PST\nThe Vancouver Art Gallery was used to film scenes for Gotham’s Art Museum on multiple occasions.\nVancouver Club\n125 years in the making. #HappyNewYear! pic.twitter.com/EsFFjxgzQa— The Vancouver Club (@VancouverClub) January 1, 2018\nVancouver Club, an exclusive multi-purpose club, was also used as a museum. It was made to look like Gotham’s Museum of Antiquities.\nCathedral Square\nCity of Vancouver | Vancouver.ca\nCathedral Square in Vancouver works as Robinson Park and was featured in the shows pilot episode.\nRiverview Hospital\n#Batwoman filming on the Riverview grounds @yvrshoots pic.twitter.com/JgNcJ3p2eU— Chad (@Bazinga3322) September 14, 2019\nRiverview Hospital to become a centre to treat mental health - https://t.co/6zqFnCbcF3 pic.twitter.com/JyIYE7frr1— Global BC (@GlobalBC) December 17, 2015\nRiverview Hospital consists of many different buildings and has been used for multiple films and TV series since it shut its doors back in 2012.\nFor this specific series, it was transformed into Point Rock Academy, used as the Wonderland Gang hideout, Mary’s Clinic, and the Burnside Orphanage.\nOther filming locations include the MNP tower in Vancouver, Arch Alley, Century House, City Centre Motor Hotel, and just outside of Vancouver, Burnaby’s City Hall.