2022 is an exciting year for film releases produced in Britain - set in both gritty urban settings and stunning rural landscapes. One of the highlights of the year is the long-awaited season two of Bridgerton. This modern take on life in Regency England has turned out to be a huge success after the launch of the first season in December 2020 and has made audiences around the world dream of a life like that of the powerful, and glamourous, Bridgerton family. With the easing of restrictions, visitors can finally visit Britain again and discover the real-life filming locations for themselves. A wide variety of Bridgerton inspired experiences are being offered this spring and summer of which Lady Whistledown would undoubtedly approve.
Secret Cinema, and promoters of immersive experiences Fever, are inviting visitors to step into the world of Bridgerton until the end of March. At a secret location in London, which has been dressed up to the nines, visitors to the Bridgerton Ball are being transported back to 1813. Each guest will be given a character, along with a storyline and a quest to fulfil over the course of the evening. During the three-hour experience, there is plenty of time to dance, enjoy canapés, and mingle with members of the upper classes (fellow revellers!).
The UNESCO World Heritage City of Bath, a 90-minute train ride from London, is truly a Regency city and the location for much of the series, making it a dream destination for Bridgerton fans. Since the release of the first season, many tailor-made experiences have popped up in this picturesque city. Themed walking tours include a bespoke Photo Tour and a Bridgerton Sights and Music Tour with welcoming and fun guides and a Bath History and Scandals Walking Tour which explores locations including Pulteney Bridge, the Pump Room and Queen Square. Brit Movie Tours offer a two-hour Bridgerton Tour through Bath’s historic streets, with some unmissable photo stops and numerous filming locations, including Madame Delacroix’s dress shop, Modiste.
Basking in Bridgerton is GuestHouse’s latest offer with an immersive behind-the-scenes tour of Bath. On the tour, fans will get the opportunity to see some of the city's best Bridgerton locations, including the exteriors of the homes of Lady Danbury and the Featheringtons. The tour will also provide some insider Bridgerton nuggets, the history behind the featured locations, and look at how Bridgerton's depiction of the early 1800s compares with how life actually was.
The Basking in Bridgerton experience includes a two-night stay in a Pulteney Room or Henrietta Room, breakfast on both mornings, afternoon tea on one of the days, dinner one of the evenings, and the two-hour walking tour.
Guests can Promenade like a Bridgerton at the Royal Crescent Hotel & Spa with a package that includes a two-night stay in one of the Royal Crescent's beautifully appointed rooms or suites, a decadent champagne afternoon tea in the acre of English country gardens, traditional English breakfast each morning, and a private Bridgerton-themed tour of Bath with Curious Strolls!
Go Tours Bridgerton Locations Tour takes visitors on an adventure through some of the key filming locations and Britain’s best-loved Regency city of Bath. Rabbies have created private day tours full of Bridgerton-themed magic, with an excursion including Bath and London, taking in highlights such as Syon House, historic Greenwich and Cobham’s Painshill Park, the settings to several scenes in the show. Brit Movie Tours offer a tour in Britain’s modern-day carriage, a black taxi, leaving from central London, including Wilton House and Buckingham Palace in London as well as Gunter’s Tea Shop, Lady Dee’s Hat Emporium and Lady Danbury’s grand residence in Bath.
The highlights of the Bridgerton themed tour offered by Luxury Vacations UK are an afternoon tea at the Royal Crescent Hotel, a visit to the Jane Austen Centre and a trip to the Fashion Museum while the five-star Lanesborough Hotel welcomes guests to Live Like a Bridgerton. Guests can sleep like a member of the Georgian high society, waking up to a leisurely breakfast in bed served by a personal butler. A Bridgerton-inspired Afternoon Tea for two or a picnic in Hyde Park, a visit to filming locations with a private chauffeur and a walking tour map of London’s finest regency landmarks round up the offer.