Some TMNT stuff really isn't for little kids.
- 1 The Dojo
- 2 Splinter's Meditation Room
- 3 Bedroom
- 4 Jam Room
- 5 Console Room
- 6 Living Room
- 7 Gallery
The Dojo Walls can speak! Look close and you'll see 11 graffiti markings - ten words or phrases and one tag that represents family.
The family symbol (known as the "Turtle Tag") is written in kanji, a system of Japanese writting that uses Chinese characters. The turtles leave it everywhere they go! Each turtle has their own special graffiti symbol. And they're all SWEET.
The lair is about the sie of a football field!
Splinter's Meditation Room
There are exactly 125 boomboxes on the wall. Go ahead - count 'em! Splinter's Kitchen - Splinter's Kitchen features a fridge and a stove. In other words everything needed to make pizza and store the leftovers.
Why do the Turtles decorate the Lair with items from the outside world? Cause they want to belong!
Look closer: the Turtles' beds are made from old playground equipment.
Time to Build
It took three months and several phases to build the entire lair
Underground Drain Systems
The Turtles like to call their home a "storm drain" instead of a "sewer". And really, wouldn't you?
The Turtles like to jam out in their practice space and write hit singles. They love all types of music.
The Screens Work!
Why do the Turtles have 40 working TVs and monitors? Because 41 would be too many.
Behind the screens there are four classic paintings by Leonardo, Michelangelo, Donatello, and Raphael. No, not the Turtles - the famous painters they're named after!
Why is that the sweetest chair EVER? Because it's made of nine skateboards!
Two totally different versions of the Console room appear in the movie. What's different about them? Dude, just see the movie!
Pizza Box Couch
It's not shown here, but the Turtles' have a club chair, sofa and table made out of the very FINEST materials: Pizza Boxes!
The Turtle's lair had to be perfect. That's why it took several design phases and 3 months of construction to finish.