These 10 UK filming locations appeared in Bridgerton - do you recognise them?

After landing at Christmas time, regency Netflix series Bridgerton has quickly become the streaming services’s most watched show ever

Monday, 1st February 2021, 4:36 pm
Updated Monday, 1st February 2021, 4:48 pm
Phoebe Dynevor as Daphne Bridgerton and Regé-Jean Page as Simon Basset in a scene from Bridgerton. (Liam Daniel / Netflix)
Phoebe Dynevor as Daphne Bridgerton and Regé-Jean Page as Simon Basset in a scene from Bridgerton. (Liam Daniel / Netflix)

Providing a backdrop for the decadents dresses, raunchy romances, and luxurious balls are several stunning filming locations, dotted across the UK. Here are some of the places that featured in the programme.

Appearing as Lady Danbury’s estate, this 19th century house isn’t actually located in London, but in the historic city of Bath. The home was founded by Sir Thomas William Holbourne, and is now open to the public, featuring over 10,000 historic collection objects.
The exterior of the Bridgerton family’s mansion is actually Rangers House in Greenwich, south east London. The Georgian villa was owned by King George III’s sister, Princess Augusta.

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Making an appearance in the show during the dramatic boxing matches between Simon and Will, Kent’s Historic Dockyard Chatham features in several episodes. The dockyard was one of the UK’s most important ship building locations.
One of the most featured locations in the show, Wilton House plays host to garden parties and the Queen’s luxurious throne room. The house has been the seat of the Earls of Pembroke for over 400 years, and is still private, although some parts of it are open to the public.
The outside of the Featheringtons’ family household was shot on the famous Royal Crescent in Bath. The homes swoop round to form a sweeping crescent, making it one of the finest examples of Georgian architecture in the UK, and one of the most beloved locations in Bath.
One of the oldest theatres in the UK, the Theatre Royal Brighton is featured in season one, episode seven. The theatre has been putting on productions since 1807.
Located in the heart of Yorkshire, this Baroque stately home plays a key role in the series. The home took over 100 years to complete, and is surrounded by parklands, lakes and woodland walks. The castle is open to visitors to take in the majesty of the building and grounds.
The stunning garden walks and park parties were primarily shot in Surrey’s Painshill Park, which features as Primrose Hill in the series. The 18th century landscaped garden has several curved bridges, a gothic temple and a serpentine lake.
Located close to Kew Gardens in London, Syon House is the last surviving ducal residence (belonging to a Duke) and estate in Greater London. It didn’t feature heavily in the series, but the house’s print room doubled up as Simon father’s study, and the state dining room also featured in the series.
Badminton House has played host to several monarchs over the years, so it should be no surprise the Gloucestershire estate played the role of the Duke of Hasting’s home.