Wayne Manor is the personal residence of Bruce Wayne, who is also Batman. He was raised there from birth, first by his father, Thomas Wayne, and mother, Martha Wayne, and after their death, by his butler and surrogate father, Alfred Pennyworth.
Several hidden entrances led to the Batcave, which rested underground, beneath Wayne Manor.
Batman Returns Edit
The passage way to the Batcave was uncovered by turning on the lights of a miniature Wayne Manor in a nearby aquarium and dropping through a false floor in an iron maiden.
Batman Forever Edit
Dick Grayson discovered an entrance to the Batcave that was concealed behind a silverware storage cupboard.
Batman & Robin Edit
Barbara Wilson, Alfred's niece, made a surprise visit and was invited to stay at Wayne Manor until she returned to college.
Access to the BatcaveEdit
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Behind the scenesEdit
In the first film, Knebworth House, a Gothic Tudor mansion 28 miles (45 km) north of London was used for the exterior. The interior, however, is Hatfield House, Hertfordshire. In Batman Returns, an original scale model was used for the exteriors of Wayne Manor. In Batman Forever and Batman & Robin, Webb Institute in Glen Cove, New York was used for the exterior shots of Wayne Manor.