Bridgerton Film Location Tours
Discover where the Regency series was filmed
A modern take on Regency England
Bridgerton became Netflix’s most popular TV series when it debuted on Christmas day 2020. Based on the novels by Julia Quinn, the show infused a modern take on life in Regency England. Created by Chris Van Dusen and produced by Shonda Rhimes It is a reimagined world, not a history lesson. With passionate romance scenes and orchestral covers of contemporary popular music such as Billy Eilish’s “Bad Guy” and Taylor Swift’s “Wildest Dreams”.
Bridgerton Filming Locations
No. 1 Royal Crescent, Bath (Grosvenor Square)
Ranger’s House in Greenwich (standing in for the Bridgerton House exterior)
Halton House at RAF Halton (Bridgerton House interior, Featheringtons’ interior)
Wilton House (Simon’s Hastings House, Clyvedon estate interior, throne room)
Syon House and Badminton House (Hastings House)
Castle Howard (Clyvedon estate)
Coneysthorpe (Clyvedon village)
Hampton Court Palace and Lancaster House (St James’s Palace)
Holburne Museum (Lady Danbury’s estate)
Hatfield House (Featheringtons’ interior)
Queen’s House and Somerley (Somerset House)
Dorney Court (coaching inn).
The Regency era is noted for its elegance and achievements in the fine arts and architecture. Named from when King George III was unfit to rule due to illness and his son ruled as prince regent.
The Royal Crescent is a Georgian terrace built between 1767 and 1774, designed by architect John Wood the younger.
As most of the buildings in Bath, the buildings are constructed in Bath Stone. Grade I listed.
“My name is Lady Whistledown. you do not know me, and never shall. But be forewarned Dear Reader, I certainly know you.”
Bridgerton Characters and Houses
From Buckingham House to Clyvedon Castle
Clyvedon Castle is the fictional country home of the Duke and Duchess of Hastings, to which they retreat mid-season for their honeymoon.
The outside of Clyvedon Castle is actually Castle Howard, an 18th-century architectural hodgepodge about 200 miles north of London near York. You might have also seen the Castle in Brideshead Revisited. Castle Howard is open for tours. You can see the rooms where some of the show’s balls were staged. The splendid gardens are accessible for strolls as well.
Wilton House, near Salisbury, the seat of the Earls of Pembroke, supplied many of the interiors. The portrait hall, hallway, and entrance hall all make appearances on screen. The exterior and some sections of the residence of the Duke of Hastings, like the Gothic revival cloisters, are also from Wilton House.
The splendid Palladian bridge and the monumental trees on the estate also appear in several scenes. Wilton House and gardens, are normally open to the public.
Wilton House also featured in nearly every episode of The Crown, starring as Buckingham Palace.
Netflix announced that Regé-Jean Page’s character, the Duke of Hastings, will not appear in the show’s upcoming episodes. In real life, there has never been a Duke of Hastings. However, there used to be a Baron Hastings.
Syon House in Brentford, West London also features as Buckingham House (later Palace) in Bridgerton, the London residence of King George III. The filing location for the King’s hallway, dining room and also as the study and dressing room of the Duke of Hastings. Syon House’s 30-acre gardens are normally open on weekends, as well as a 200-acre public park beyond.
Syon House is a popular film location. Appearances include Gosford Park and The Madness of King George, plus many more productions.
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