Bridgerton filming locations – where the Netflix period drama is filmed

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Dear gentle reader, as season three of Bridgerton arrives on Netflix, we've curated a list of the best filming locations to visit, so you too can feel like one of the Ton.

See the beautiful home of the Bridgertons, tour art galleries, promenade the parks and pleasure gardens, and visit some of the stunning estates that have hosted the events of the season.

If witnessing Mr Bridgerton and Miss Featherington's romance play out has made you want to immerse yourself in 19th-century magnificence, then read on.

Ranger's House – The Bridgerton family home

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The exterior of English Heritage mansion Ranger's House in Blackheath, London, is the home of the Bridgerton family: Anthony, Benedict, Colin, Daphne, Eloise, Francesca, Gregory, Hyacinth and their mother Violet.

This elegant Georgian villa is not only beautiful to look at but also houses a world-class collection of art. The Wernher Collection features over 700 items, including sculptures, jewellery, paintings and tapestries accumulated by 19th-century diamond merchant Sir Julius Wernher. Book online before your visit to save 10%.

Visit Ranger's House

Grimsthorpe Castle – Season 3's Innovations Ball

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Bridgerton Locations manager Tony Hood spoke of the challenges of finding the perfect location for new character Lord Hawkins, an eccentric innovator. “We had to bring in changes that weren’t typical of a Regency house,” Hood says, “we reasoned that Hawkins would have gone for something a little bit strange. It’s where we shot the Innovations Ball, which was fantastic, and we had a great time up there [at Grimsthorpe Castle].”

The castle is open to visitors on Sundays and Thursday until May 23. You can also purchase tickets to the gardens via the Royal Horticultural Society. Become a RHS member to gain unlimited access to RHS Gardens across the country and discounted tickets to the annual RHS Chelsea Flower Show where this year you will see the Netflix Bridgerton Garden.

Visit Grimsthorpe Castle

Osterley Park and House – Season 3 Full Moon Ball

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The new season will kick off with a fabulous Full Moon Ball at Osterley Park in Middlesex. The ‘Palace of Palaces’, which was remodelled by neoclassical architect Robert Adam in the 1760s, is open for visitors from Wednesday to Sunday. During your visit, you can also promenade the formal garden and beautiful grounds. Osterley Park and house is looked after by the National Trust.

Visit Osterley Park and House

Kingston Bagpuize – New filming location for season 3

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You can visit this Oxfordshire property for as little as £10 or even hire it for a wedding venue. The early Georgian home was also used as a filming location for 2020 film Emma starring Anya Taylor-Joy and ITV's Downton Abbey.

Visit Kingston Bagpuize House

Bath – The Featherington’s home, Madame Delacroix’s modiste and Lady Danbury’s house

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Enjoy a two-hour walking tour of Bath and visit several Bridgerton filming locations in one trip. You'll see the home of Penelope Featherington and her family at No 1 Royal Crescent, now in fact a museum of 18th century life in Bath, as well as Lady Danbury's beautiful property - the Holbourne Museum. If you travel to the city by by National Rail, you can receive 20% off the Bridgerton Tour of Bath. Other Bridgerton tours of the Bath are available to book at Visit Britain. Buy an annual railcard to get even cheaper train tickets - up to 50% off.

The Bridgerton Bath Walking Tour

Hampton Court Palace – The home of Queen Charlotte and King George III

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This Grade I listed royal palace in Surrey was the favoured residence of Henry VIII, and in the world of Bridgerton, it is the home of Queen Charlotte and King George III. The magnificent property and gardens provide the backdrop to numerous scenes in the series and its spin-off show Queen Charlotte: A Bridgerton Story.It is the location of grand parties and the wedding of Anthony Bridgerton and Edwina Sharma. Tickets are available to book online. Historic Royal Palaces, which looks after the property, also offers £1 tickets for those on low incomes.

Visit Hampton Court Palace

If you would like to find out more about the TV shows and movies which have been filmed at Hampton Court Palace, then pick up a Film and TV Location audio guide tour on your visit. Discover where scenes from The Favourite, Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows, Mamma Mia: Here We Go Again and many more were captured. The audio guide is included with your ticket and can be collected from the Undercroft shop.

Wrotham Park – Aubrey Hall, the Bridgerton country home

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In season two, Wrotham Park stands in for Aubrey Hall, the Bridgertons' country home. The house, which is just 30 minutes from central London in Barnet, Hertfordshire, is not open to the public but is available to book for private parties and wedding receptions.

Book Wrotham Park

Wrest Park – The Bridgertons' country estate, gardens and orangery

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Wrest Park in Bedfordshire and its beautiful parterres and grounds are used for shots of the Aubrey Hall gardens, the country retreat of the Bridgertons. The orangery also makes an appearance. In the third season, it is also the location of the Fullers' home.

This building is also managed by English Heritage, and visits can be booked online to save 10%.

Visit Wrest Park

English Heritage looks after over 400 historic buildings and monuments across the country, so if you are looking to visit more than one of their incredible properties, then why not sign up for an annual membership?

Other English Heritage buildings that have appeared on the big and small screen include Eltham Palace, Audley End House and Gardens and Dover Castle, which all appeared in The Crown. Georgian mansion Sutton Scarsdale Hall appeared in Batman Vs Superman: Dawn of Justice (2016), and Tilbury Fort saw Wonder Woman (2017) and Tom Hardy's BBC drama Taboo filming there.

Join today from as little as £4.75 a month or £57 a year.

Belton Estate – King George’s residence in Queen Charlotte: A Bridgerton Story

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Belton House in Lincolnshire is the main location for King George's residence in Queen Charlotte: A Bridgerton Story. Filming took place in the Orangery, Italian Garden and Marble Hall.Prices start at £18 for adults, £9 a child and £45 for a family.

Visit Belton Estate

Basildon Park – The Featherington Ball

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Basildon Park in Berkshire was the setting for an evening party scene in the season two finale and was also the setting for some of Anthony and Kate's steamy scenes. The 18th-century house has also featured in Downton Abbey and Pride and Prejudice.

Adult tickets can be purchased online for £17, a child costs £8.50 and a family £42.50.

Visit Basildon Park

Stowe Gardens – Vauxhall Pleasure Gardens

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Stowe Gardens in Buckinghamshire was the stand-in location for the Regency-era pleasure garden, a popular nighttime activity in the 18th and 19th centuries.

It can be seen in the very first episode of Bridgerton when Daphne Bridgerton and Simon Basset, Duke of Hastings, dance together under the fireworks. The grounds also appear in seasons one and two as the characters promenade.

Tickets to visit the grand garden and park cost £13 for an adult, £6.50 for a child and £32.50 for a family.

Visit Stowe Gardens

If you fancy visiting Belton Estate, as well as Osterley Park, Basildon Park, Petworth House and Park, Stowe Gardens and more, then why not consider becoming a National Trust member? Membership starts at £45.60 a year for an individual and gives free entry to over 500 historic houses and buildings in the UK.

Petworth House and Park – Art Gallery

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Petworth House and Park in West Sussex featured in season two as an art gallery. It houses one of the National Trust's finest art collections. Edwina Sharma and Dowager Viscountess Violet Bridgerton can be seen admiring the artwork in scenes filmed in The North Gallery of the house.

Visit Petworth

Kew Palace – See Queen Charlotte's wig & tiara

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From Friday, March 29, visitors to Kew Palace in the grounds of Kew Gardens will be able to see a wig worn by Golda Rosheuvel in Queen Charlotte: A Bridgerton Story. The bold grey wig and accompanying tiara will go on display in a dressing room used by the real Queen Charlotte when she visited Kew Palace.

Tickets to visit Kew Gardens (where Kew Palace is located) can be booked direct via the venue's ticketing partner SEE Tickets, or you can purchase packages via third-party retailers such as Get Your Guide and the VisitBritain shop. This year, Kew Palace will be open from March 29 to September 29.

Visit Kew Gardens and Kew Palace

Wilton House – Queen Charlotte's residence

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This countryside estate in Salisbury is the backdrop for several locations in Bridgerton, including two of Queen Charlotte's residences: St James's Palace and Buckingham House.

Visit Wilton House

Syon Park Great Conservatory – Season 2 ball

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This stunning conservatory is in the grounds of Syon Park in Brentford. It was the location of the first ball in season two. The House, Gardens and Great Conservatory reopen on March 20, 2024, with prices for adults starting at £14.

Visit Syon Park

Lancaster House – Queen Charlotte's Royal Jewel Room

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Lancaster House near St James's Palace in London has appeared in numerous television shows and movies over the years. In addition to Bridgerton, Downton Abbey, The Crown, Young Victoria and The King's Speech have all filmed in what is now a British Government building. In season two, it's the backdrop for a scene between Queen Charlotte and Edwina.

As Lancaster House is a working building, it isn't open to the public (however, a number of its rooms and spaces can be hired for private events).

The Historic Dockyard Chatham – Streets of London

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Regé-Jean Page and Phoebe Dynevor had us captivated in season one when their characters Simon and Daphne fell in love. Page, who only starred in the first series of the show, headed to the Historic Dockyard Chatham to film the boxing scene pictured above, as well as others set in the streets of London. The Kent location is also the home of the Call the Midwife set tour.

Visit The Historic Dockyard Chatham

Bridgerton seasons one and two are streaming now on Netflix, along with Queen Charlotte: A Bridgerton Story. Season three premieres in two parts, on May 16 and June 13.

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