Oct. 14 NCIS: New Orleans episode shows Fort Macomb tunnels, bastion

NCIS: New Orleans episode includes Fort Macomb

Fort Macomb, a 19th century fort designed to protect New Orleans, was used in the Oct. 14, 2014, episode of NCIS: New Orleans.

It’s true: The Oct. 14 episode of NCIS: New Orleans included a scene inside Fort Macomb. See the original post here.

Remember when cast members Scott Bakula (aka Special Agent Dwayne “King” Pride) and Zoe McClellan (aka Special Agent Meredith “Merri” Brody) found the secret escape route in the fraternity house and then walked through those dark tunnels? Those tunnels were actually within the walls of Fort Macomb. And when they stepped through that hole in the wall, Bakula and McClellan were actually in the bastion, which sits in the parade grounds of the old military installation.

Click here to learn more about the 19th century fort and purchase a print.

Summary
How NCIS: New Orleans used old fort
Article Name
How NCIS: New Orleans used old fort
Description
Find out exactly how the NCIS: New Orleans cast used Fort Macomb during the Oct. 14, 2014, episode of the hit CBS show.
Author

About Andy Crawford

Andy Crawford has been a photographer and writer for more than 20 years, with thousands of images and articles published in magazines and newspapers around the country. He now focuses on Louisiana photography, landscapes, HDR photography, urban prints and other fine art photography. He also is a portrait photographer.