Where Is “Bridgerton” Filmed? Netflix Filming Locations

“Bridgerton” of Netflix was shot in many historical places of England. “The Crown” was also shot there.

Based on romantic novel of Julia Quinn, it is like a fairy tale. When you will visit the actual locations in which show is shot, you will get to know that they are not as dreamy as it seems to be.

Here you can get the glimpse of locations from the trailer of show: 

So, here are the locations in which “Bridgerton” was shot:

Most shooting was done in picturesque city of Bath:

According to “The Bath Eco” two balls were shot at Holburne Museum. And “Banqueting Room at Guildhall” which is used for wedding. “The Royal Crescent” was in the background, having houses in row.

The Modiste dress shop is a cafe:

“Pickled Greens” cafe is in the beautiful street in Bath. Cafe is changed into Modiste world of Bridgestone.

Home of Prince Charles:

The show was shot in many antique homes of England. One of these is Prince Charles’ home. Shooting was done for short period of time.

Hatfield House with The Favourite and Rebecca:

400 years old house holding multiple culture, mansion was seen in “Rebecca”, ” The Great”, “The Favourite”, which earned an Oscar.

Wilton House in The Bridgerton:

Queen Charlotte was also shot here. It was a nunnery build in 871. “Single Cube Room” of Netflix was also shot here. It is also known for 2005 version of “Pride and Prejudice”. It was the same room where Kennedys met Queen Elizabeth and Prince Philip in “The Crown”.

One house was there in which “The Crown” was shot:

“The Crown” and “The Bridgerton” was shot at Somerley House in Ringwood. It was home of Charles and Princess Diana, Highgrove House. It was also seen in “Mansfield Park” by Jane Austen of 1983.  

The Bridgerton and Featherington homes were built from base:

It is one of the biggest single room which is built by Hughes-Jones. It was seen as miniature model in show. Then they were decorated and designed to represent each character.

With that, we hope you enjoy the show as whole. Do share with us how did you like it and keep reading for more insights.


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