NCIS Open House: Tour Your Favorite Characters' Homes

Even NCIS agents have to take a break from work sometime! Get to know your favorite NCIS characters a little better by taking a stroll with us through some of their residences that we've visited over the years. Stream episodes of NCIS now on CBS All Access.

Please, be our guest!

Please, be our guest!

Even NCIS agents have to take a break from work sometime! Get to know your favorite NCIS characters a little better by taking a stroll with us through some of their residences that we've visited over the years.

​Stream episodes of NCIS now on CBS All Access.
It's open house with DiNozzo, Sr.!

It's open house with DiNozzo, Sr.!

An apartment that once belonged to Very Special Agent Anthony DiNozzo was coveted among NCIS. When DiNozzo, Sr. offered a once-in-a-lifetime offer to move into his son's old digs, only one team member was able to jump on it: McGee!

While the place seemed destined for Torres (Wilmer Valderrama)—who was still looking for a residence in the episode "Home Of The Brave"—the special agent realized its rightful renter was McGee and his soon-to-be-bride Delilah.
Don't look under the bed!

Don't look under the bed!

Faithful viewers know why DiNozzo had originally scored such a great deal on his old pad—there had been a grizzly murder in it. That old case reared its ugly head again (literally!) in "What Lies Above."

Not only was McGee's new place a one-time crime scene, but the floorboards beneath his and Delilah's bed were covering—wait for it—a mummified corpse!

Suffice to say, this news didn't sit too well with the happy couple, but... c'mon, just look at that molding! It'll take more than a dead body and a couple of bloodstains to walk away from such a beautifully crafted home.
Step on down into the man cave.

Step on down into the man cave.

Ah, the basement—Gibbs' (Mark Harmon) happy place. When doctors or fellow agents aren't barging in (he never locks his door), this space serves as a private lair where our favorite leader can unwind by working on his boat. The space is no-frills and no-nonsense, with only the essentials lining the walls. 
Head into Gibbs' living room.

Head into Gibbs' living room.

Much like his basement decor, Gibbs keeps his living room tidy and minimal, displaying only what's necessary. We've also seen Senior FBI Agent Fornell crash on the couch while recovering in the Season 14 premiere, "Rogue."
Bring your appetite over to McGee's old dining room.

Bring your appetite over to McGee's old dining room.

This power couple made it a point to have regular dinners together where they gave each other the download on work—but only for a set amount of time before moving on to less stressful topics. The space was warm and inviting, with lots of earth tones and soft lighting.
Snuggle up in McGee's old bedroom.

Snuggle up in McGee's old bedroom.

McGee has a knack for all things technology, so it makes sense that the lights in his old bedroom were automated. He never had to leave the comfort of his warm bed to turn them on and off.
Take a trip to Bishop's childhood home.

Take a trip to Bishop's childhood home.

Over Thanksgiving on "Blood Brothers," we got an inside look into Bishop's childhood when she traveled to Oklahoma for a special family gathering—and Gibbs paid a surprise hello. Quaint and charming, this house looks like a wonderful place to grow up. 
Venture up to the attic.

Venture up to the attic.

Where's a girl to go to get away from her troubles? The attic, of course! 

Bishop and her brother once shared a heart-to-heart amongst the family's unused trinkets and holiday decorations. 
Bishop has a full house.

Bishop has a full house.

In "Enemy Combatant," Bishop had her three brothers stay over the next Thanksgiving holiday—this time in her apartment. While a little snug, the place still had enough room to watch the game!