Where Is Bridgerton Filmed? Find Out Which Locations You Can Visit This Summer

Here's how you can feel closer to the land of Lady Whistledown

Bridgerton season three

by Nikki Peach |
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Bridgerton is back. The world renowned Netflix series has returned for a third season, with the first four episodes available to stream now and part two out on Thursday 13 June. That means it's all bonnets and coat tails for the rest of the summer – and if you want to immerse yourself in the Shondaland series even further then you're not alone.

With each new series, as well as finding out what's happening in the land of Lady Whistledown, there is a growing interest in where the show is filmed, which locations you can visit and how you can live your best Regency era life. Trainline has even reported that trips to Bridgerton-based locations in the UK have increased by an average of 50% in the past year, and 135% year on year amongst American travellers.

It's hardly surprising given the number of exquisite ballrooms, palaces and royal gardens the show's shot in. Or how easy it is to watch it and wish you were two-stepping around the Queen's ball with your estranged crush in a beautiful cinched-in frock.

Before we get carried away, here are some of the beautiful Bridgerton-based destinations you can visit this summer – from London to Bath and beyond. If you've got a horse and carriage, you could even turn it into a full tour.

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Where is Bridgerton filmed?

Bridgerton is filmed in several different locations across the UK, including London, Bath, Surrey, Kent, Bedfordshire, Wiltshire, Oxfordshire, Yorkshire and Lincolnshire. So if you want to feel part of the show without travelling the length of the UK, hopefully you'll be closer to one of the filming spots than you realised.

Which Bridgerton locations can you visit?

No.1 Royal Crescent, Bath

One of the primary filming locations for Bridgerton is Bath in the West of England, known for its Georgian buildings and Roman-built baths. The city's No.1 Royal Crescent is a must-see for Bridgerton fans, as its where the Featheringtons' house is based. The Royal Crescent’s perfectly preserved architecture and views of Royal Victoria Park are one of the main backdrops to the series. Before you go, make sure to watch the TV adaptations of Vanity Fair and Northanger Abbey, as well as The Duchess, are they are all filmed on the crescent too. Find out how you can visit No.1 Royal Crescent, which is in walking distance from Bath Spa train station.

No1 Crescent in Bath
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Abbey Green, Bath

The cobbled streets of Abbey Green are the perfect location for the show's fictional dress shop, Modiste, owned by renowned seamstress Madame Genevieve Delacroix. Anyone who's seen Bridgerton knows that the shop is a hub for debriefs and elite level stirring as it features in several key scenes in the series. Fans can buy a bonnet, take a turn around the square, and then head to Wagamamas for lunch. Best of both. It is a short walk from Bath Spa station, find out more here/three-abbey-green){href='https://www.visitsomerset.co.uk/bath/places-to-stay-in-bath/family-friendly-(1)/three-abbey-green' target='_blank' rel='noreferrer noopener'}.

Bath Street, Bath

This iconic street makes an appearance in the very first episode when the Duke arrives on the back of a horse. It also happens to be home to Thermae Bath Spa, an award-winning spa featuring the 18th-century Cross Bath and an open-air rooftop pool. Unsurprisingly, this famous street is also a short walk from Bath Spa train station.

The Assembly Rooms, Bath

It wouldn't be Bridgerton without a scandal in a busy ballroom, and The Assembly Rooms play host to several of the show's most iconic scenes. If you fancy doing your best Lady Whistledown impression without travelling back in time to the Regency era, this location is definitely worth a visit. You can even attend The Fancy Ball – yes that's really what it's called – on 15 June if you find yourself a ticket.

Chiswick House, London

Chiswick House is a popular Bridgerton location that also features in series three. Take a trip to West London to visit Lord Burlington's 18th century villa, featuring classical landscapes and 65 acres of gardens, and you won't have to try very hard to feel like you're in Bridgerton. Here's some more information on how you can visit the venue, which is a short walk from Chiswick train station.

Chiswick House and Gardens
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Ranger's House, London

Of course, one of the most popular places for fans to visit is the home of the Bridgertons themselves. Those scenes are filmed at the Ranger's House, a stately home on the edge of Greenwich Park. The building is currently home to The Wernher Collection, which features art by Botticelli, Monvaerni and Metsu. If you decide to make the trip to the historical corner of London, don't forget to visit the park's Royal Observatory. It's a 15 minute walk from Greenwich station, where you can get the train and the DLR.

Lancaster House, London

Hampton Court Palace may have been used for exterior shots of Queen Charlotte’s Palace, but it's Lancaster House in Westminster that provides us with all the amazing interiors. Its sweeping staircases and Grand Hall are supposed to mirror the style of the Palace of Versailles, so it's no wonder the building was also used to film Downton Abbey and The King’s Speech. Find out more about the famous house, as well as how to visit, here.

The Reform Club, London

The Reform Club was founded in 1832 and is located in the heart of Pall Mall – and it's also the setting of episode one’s meeting between the Duke of Hastings and Anthony Bridgerton. Located near Green Park tube station, everything you need to know about visiting the club can be found here.

Osterley Park and House, London

Another West London House to feature in the show is Osterley Park and House. It serves as the backdrop of the outdoor ball in season three. The destination is a short tube ride from central London and boasts a range of activities like canoeing and cycling. Located near Osterley tube station, here's how you can plan your visit.

Syon Park, London

Located in Hounslow, Syon Park features the stunning conservatory used to film the first ball in Bridgerton season two. The Grade I listed building sits within 200 acres of lush parkland and has been home to the Dukes of Northumberland for over 400 years. Naturally! It also features in Killing Eve. Here's how you can plan your visit.

Syon Park
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Luton Hoo and Walled Garden, London

This London estate has featured in the show several times. In season three alone, it doubles as the Bridgerton family garden and the printing press. It's a quintessentially English building, which is why it's no surprise that it's also used in Four Weddings and a Funeral. There are lots of different ways to visit and enjoy this venue, but you may need a car to get there.

Berkshire Basildon Park, Reading

The Garden Room and parterre at Basildon Park are both used in the party scene at the Featherington’s home in season two. They also make an appearance in season three, where the location doubles as the home of new character and wealthy widow Lady Tilley Arnold. Find out more on the park's website, which features a useful map.

Hampton Court Palace, Surrey

Home to King Henry VIII and the pick of school trips every year, Hampton Court Palace is, of course, the filming location of Queen Charlotte's Palace. Fans can walk through the palace’s 60 acres of gardens, including the ornate Privy Garden, which was supposedly beloved by the King himself. Not far from Hampton Wick station, you can plan your visit here.

Petworth House, West Sussex

If you want to reenact the art gallery scene in season two, head over to Petworth House. It will be worth the trip as the location has its very own pleasure garden and a 700-acre deer park with ancient trees.

Squerryes Court, Westerham

This 17th-century manor house is surrounded by lush parkland, gardens and vineyards, and features as a backdrop to a garden party early in season three. You can book a wine tasting session, or even your wedding, if it takes your fancy. Located a short drive from Oxted and Seven Oaks stations, here's how you can book a tour.

Claydon House, near Buckingham

Claydon House is used as a backdrop throughout season three, so keep your eyes peeled. Visitors can refine their taste for the finer things by wandering through the magnificent state rooms and looking at the elaborate carvings around the house. Find out more here.

Stowe Gardens, near Buckingham

In season one of Bridgerton, this location was transformed into Vauxhall Pleasure Gardens where Daphne Bridgerton and the Duke of Hastings began their romantic relationship. In the Regency era, pleasure gardens were a the place to be on a night out – where visitors got to watch concerts, acrobats or even hot-air balloons. Recreate it for yourself by visiting the location.

Blenheim Palace, Oxfordshire

Super fans of Bridgerton will no doubt have seen the show's spin-off, Queen Charlotte: A Bridgerton Story. And they will therefore recognise Woodstock's Blenheim Palace as the show's Buckingham House (which is Buckingham Palace's original name). Here's how to visit.

Blenheim Palace
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Wrest Park, Bedfordshire

Have you always wondered where the Bridgerton's Aubrey Hall, the family's ancient residence, was in real life? One of the many locations is Wrest Park in Silsoe. It also plays host to the Fuller family home in season three.

Wilton House, Wiltshire

Used in both Bridgerton and The Crown, Wilton House features in a number of interior and exterior shots, including scenes set in Queen Charlotte’s stately rooms where debutantes are presented. The Instagram posts caption themselves... If you fancy spending the weekend here, here's how to plan your visit.

Grimsthorpe Castle, Lincolnshire

Grimsthorpe Castle doubles as the residence of one of season three's new characters, Lord Hawkins. It's available to visit between April and October so plan ahead and get in there before everyone else.

Castle Howard, Yorkshire

The fictional Duke of Hastings' Clyvedon Castle is actually filmed in Castle Howard, a remarkable residence near York. Of course, York is also where Simon Basset and Daphne Bridgerton spend their honeymoon. And on 19 May and 23 June, visitors can enjoy a picnic afternoon tea in the Castle Howard grounds while listening to the show's soundtrack played by a string quartet. Not bad!

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