Real-Life “Bridgerton” Filming Locations You Must Visit


Transporting viewers to the Regency Era of London with its extravagant dresses, balls, and of course, romance and scandals, Bridgerton has become one of the most wildly popular series today. If you happen to be a fan, then you’ll be thrilled to know that you can visit some of the real-life locations where the series was filmed, thereby putting you in the shoes of your favorite characters in this Shonda Rhimes instant classic.

London, England

As the city where this series is set, it comes as no surprise that the United Kingdom’s capital city is filled with highly recognizable landmarks from the show. Hampton Court Palace is a must-visit for any avid fan, while Hatchard’s, London’s oldest book store, is a must for any Eloise and Penelope fans. Those who’ve watched the prequel Queen Charlotte: A Bridgerton Story, will enjoy the Royal Botanical Gardens at Kew Palace.

Bath, England

With its golden, Georgian stone buildings, Bath has served as a major filming location for Bridgerton. The Royal Crescent Hotel & Spa serves as a regular backdrop of the Featherington residences, while the iconic Holbourne Museum will show you a grand history of the era in which the series takes place while allowing you to take photos in front of the Regency building.

York, England

This ancient city is home to Castle Howard, where Daphne Bridgerton and Simon Basset spent their honeymoon. What’s particularly appealing to Castle Howard is that you’ll be able to enjoy an afternoon picnic tea in the gardens while even hearing the show’s soundtrack played by a string quartet.


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