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Great Britain on screen

View over the valley at Glenfinnan in the Highlands, and the historic railway viaduct, the Glenfinnan Viaduct. A steam train travelling on the tracks. Loch Shiel in the background.

From the regal life of Bridgerton to suave spy sensation James Bond, the magical world of Harry Potter or the gangs of the Peaky Blinders, Britain sets the scene for popular film, TV and period dramas. So rather than sitting at home pressing play on your favourites, why not immerse yourself in the places that are home to those iconic scenes?

A Great Britain on screen showcase

Why Britain's best for film and TV

Follow in the footsteps of snappy-dressed gangster, Tommy Shelby in England’s Midlands, or take to Scotland’s Cairngorms National Park for a exhilarating look back at the places where Bond hit the wheel in a dramatic car chase. In Bath, look no further than a regal tour for an insider perspective of the regency houses in Bridgerton, while in London discover the magical Leadenhall Market for a nostalgic journey into the place that inspired Diagon Alley. As a nation, we really pack the punch on places to explore if you’re a film buff or TV lover - so look no further than a trip across Britain to uncover a world filled with dramatic movie moments and iconic TV scenes.

Top film and TV experiences

Follow in the magical footsteps of Harry Potter around these great British filming locations.

View over Durham City

From the Scottish glens, to international art - spy Britain's favourite agent.

Vauxhall, Lewsiham Hero 2 (1)

Live out your Regency fantasies and immerse yourself in the record-breaking series.

Hampton Court Palace is a historic royal palace built by Cardinal Wolsely and handed to his monarch King Henry VIII in the year 1528. King William III created a baroque classical wing of the palace overlooking gardens in the late 17th century. Building facade and gardens laid out in formal style.

Explore the filming locations of Steven Knight's hit crime drama, Peaky Blinders.

Boat Dock at The Black Country Living Museum in Dudley, West Midlands

From loyal royal fans of The Crown, to loving the scandal of Regency high society in Bridgerton, discover the places that bring it all to life.

Wilton House

Top film and TV destinations

Where to find the best film and TV experiences

This towering bridge will take your breath away – and if you’re a Harry Potter fan, you’ll know it’s the route of the Hogwarts Express!

Book your seat for the Glenfinnan Viaduct
A couple on a train looking out of the window at landscape
Glenfinnan Viaduct, Fort William

Explore fashionable life in 18th century Georgian Bath at this restored town-house museum, which had a starring role in Bridgerton.

Discover Georgian architecture at No. 1 Royal Crescent
Aerial view of crescent-shaped building surrounded by grass
No. 1 Royal Crescent

This spectacular home starred as Princess Mary’s residence in the Downton Abbey film – and now hosts private tours and festivals.

Plan your trip to Harewood House
The Victorian formal gardens with statues and low hedges in front of Harewood House
Harewood House

Set in 300-acres of County Durham's countryside, this ‘living history’ museum recreates English life in the 1820s, 1900s, 1940s and 1950s.

Go time-travelling at Beamish
Train at Beamish Museum, the Living Museum of the North
Beamish

In the Theory of Everything film, St John’s College doubled as Trinity Hall, where Professor Stephen Hawking studied.

Explore St John’s College
Two people sitting in an archway outside landmark building
Cambridge University – The Theory of Everything

Calling all Batman fans! Welcome to ‘Wayne Manor’, where the Batman movie The Dark Knight Rises was filmed.

Get your tickets for Wollaton Hall
A group of deer lying on the grass in Wollaton Park, a stretch of countryside and gardens surrounding Wollaton Hall
Wollaton Hall

Calling all Game of Thrones fans! Enter the world of The Seven Kingdoms, complete with original costumes, props and weapons.

Go behind the scenes on the Game of Thrones Studio Tour
Costume Gallery at the Game of Thrones Studio Tour
Game of Thrones Studio Tour

This towering bridge will take your breath away – and if you’re a Harry Potter fan, you’ll know it’s the route of the Hogwarts Express!

Book your seat for the Glenfinnan Viaduct
A couple on a train looking out of the window at landscape
Glenfinnan Viaduct, Fort William

Explore fashionable life in 18th century Georgian Bath at this restored town-house museum, which had a starring role in Bridgerton.

Discover Georgian architecture at No. 1 Royal Crescent
Aerial view of crescent-shaped building surrounded by grass
No. 1 Royal Crescent

This spectacular home starred as Princess Mary’s residence in the Downton Abbey film – and now hosts private tours and festivals.

Plan your trip to Harewood House
The Victorian formal gardens with statues and low hedges in front of Harewood House
Harewood House

Set in 300-acres of County Durham's countryside, this ‘living history’ museum recreates English life in the 1820s, 1900s, 1940s and 1950s.

Go time-travelling at Beamish
Train at Beamish Museum, the Living Museum of the North
Beamish

In the Theory of Everything film, St John’s College doubled as Trinity Hall, where Professor Stephen Hawking studied.

Explore St John’s College
Two people sitting in an archway outside landmark building
Cambridge University – The Theory of Everything

Calling all Batman fans! Welcome to ‘Wayne Manor’, where the Batman movie The Dark Knight Rises was filmed.

Get your tickets for Wollaton Hall
A group of deer lying on the grass in Wollaton Park, a stretch of countryside and gardens surrounding Wollaton Hall
Wollaton Hall

Calling all Game of Thrones fans! Enter the world of The Seven Kingdoms, complete with original costumes, props and weapons.

Go behind the scenes on the Game of Thrones Studio Tour
Costume Gallery at the Game of Thrones Studio Tour
Game of Thrones Studio Tour