The John A. Roebling Suspension Bridge was used for filming a driving scene featuring Tom Cruise, Dustin Hoffman and Valeria Golino. The three crossed the bridge on their way to Cincinnati in a 1949 Buick convertible in the film shot in 1988.
Dustin Hoffman's character Raymond Babbitt sat underneath this wall mural titled "American Laundry Machinery" by artist Winold Reiss at the Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport. The mural is in Terminal 2, which is closed to the public.
The famous bank scene in the movie "Rain Man" was shot inside Dixie Terminal, at 49 E. Fourth St., in Downtown Cincinnati. The bank was staged inside the lobby area since no banks existed inside the building at the time.
The famous toothpick scene with Dustin Hoffman was filmed at the Newport Italian eatery Pompilio's, 600 Washington Ave, in 1988. Restaurant owners have a dedicated the room used in the film to photos and other "Rain Man" memorabilia.
Most of Pompilio's decor in Newport, Ky. has changed over the years, but the tile pattern of the floor remains the same. This is the same location where Dustin Hoffman's character, Raymond Babbitt, counted the toothpicks dropped by the server.
This paved road leads to St. Anne Convent in Melbourne, Ky., where the iconic movie poster for "Rain Man" was shot. The giant oak trees were removed due to disease, but this location was staged as the mental institution where Raymond Babbitt lived.
The funeral scene in "Rain Man" was shot in the Evergreen Cemetery in Southgate, Ky. in 1988. The funeral was staged in the open grassy area near between the monuments. Rolf Monuments in Newport, Ky. created styrofoam monuments for the scene.
The Vernon Manor Hotel, 400 Oak St., is where Dustin Hoffman and Tom Cruise stay the night after Cruise pulls Hoffman out of Wallbrook mental institution. Only exterior shots of the building were used. A set was built for the interior scenes at WCET.
Columbia Parkway/U.S. Route 50 is featured in the 1988 film "Rain Man," of which several scenes were shot in the Cincinnati area. This weekend's Academy Awards ceremony marks the 25th anniversary of the film's four Oscar wins.