Visit Bridgerton filming locations
Discover the filming spots around Britain of the raunchy period drama, Bridgerton. With two series of the bodice-ripping drama to binge on, there’s a glut of filming locations around Britain to feast your eyes on.
Check out historical Bath, where much of the filming takes place, explore the Bridgerton family-home, and see more than 700 works of art. Indulge in the opulent Hampton Court Palace - the on-screen home of Queen Charlotte, and in beautiful Yorkshire visit York’s Castle Howard - the home of the Duke of Hastings. With so many more places to visit - from Bristol’s stately homes, Surrey’s manicured parks to 2,500 acre estates in Hertfordshire, you’re bound to get a feel for your favourite hit series in these jaw-dropping locations.
No. 1 Royal Crescent
Explore fashionable life in 18th century Georgian Bath at this magnificently restored town-house museum, which doubled as the home of the Featheringtons in Bridgerton. The museum has been decorated and furnished just as it would have looked during the period 1776-1796.
Up in the reaches of northern England, explore the vast parklands, filled with lake and picturesque woodlands. Or head into the castle for a tour of its treasures and marvel at skillful architecture that took over 100 years to complete.
Step into a world of regal staterooms, dazzling gardens and historic artwork. Period drama lovers will recognise the house from Bridgerton, The Crown and Emma. The house itself has been the home to the Earls of Pembroke for over 450 years.
London locations, as seen in Bridgerton
The Bridgerton family’s wisteria-clad home isn’t in Mayfair but instead, a stately home on the edge of Greenwich Park. Visitors can tour The Wernher Collection, featuring more than 700 works by artists including Botticelli, Monvaerni and Metsu.
Hampton Court Palace
The former home of King Henry VIII is the on-screen opulent residence of Queen Charlotte. Located in Richmond on the banks of the Thames, a visit to Hampton Court Palace is a must if you’re interested in British history.
Although Hampton Court Palace was used for exterior shots of Queen Charlotte’s Palace, Lancaster House in Westminster was used for the interior. It also acted as a backdrop for scenes filmed inside Buckingham Palace.
The Reform Club
Located in the heart of Pall Mall and founded in 1832, The Reform Club was the setting of episode one’s meeting between the Duke of Hastings and Anthony Bridgerton. It’s one of the most prestigious private members’ clubs in London.
The best of the rest: British filming locations for Bridgerton
The manicured grounds of 18th century Painshill Park in Surrey was the ideal backdrop for Bridgerton characters to go promenading, picnicking, boating, and gossiping. Simon and Daphne stop to speak on the Five Arch Bridge.
In the second season, Hatfield House in Hertfordshire was used as the interior of the Bridgerton’s London residence. The house is steeped in 400 years of history. Queen Elizabeth I spent much of her childhood here.