A racy plot sees ground-breaking heroines, dashing heroes and scheming mothers dance, duel, flirt and gamble their way through high society against a glamorous backdrop of stunning mansions, picturesque streets and beautiful gardens. Take a tour around all the key locations featured in Series 1 and 2.
- Visit the sites used for both internal and external scenes of the Bridgerton family home in London.
- Castle Howard doubled as impressive Clyvedon Castle, the home of the Duke and Duchess of Hastings, where they spent their honeymoon in Series 1. The castle's Temple of the Four Winds was used for a particular steamy outdoors scene!
- Stop off in Coneysthorpe Village, the village which was transformed into Clyvedon Village, where Daphne unwittingly caused an issue due to her judging of the pigs.
- See the site which appears as the outside of Lady Danbury's estate.
- No1 Royal Crescent appears as the exterior of the Featherington family home and several scenes were also filmed in the entrance hall and stairway.
- Beautiful Syon Park, the location for Edwina, Kate and Eloise’s first ball in Series 2.
- Visit the beautiful English country house which was used for the interior and exterior of the Duke of Hasting's house in Series 1. Inside, one of the rooms was also used for all the scenes where the Queen sits on her throne (this same room can also be recognised from filming of The Crown, series 4).
- Tour the quaint inn where the Duke and Duchess spent their wedding night.
- Bath - tour this Georgian city, which radiates Regency life. Although the series is set in London the majority of outdoors/town scenes were filmed in Bath. See the local cafe that was used for the Modiste Dress Shop and the location used for Lady Danbury's house.
- See the grand London building which has been used for many films and television series and features as a Gentleman's Club.
- Lancaster House and the room where the Queen offers Edwina jewels as a thank you.
- Promenade in the parks that were used for outside scenes for the Bridgerton and Featherington families.
- The Old Royal Naval College, where Lady Whistledown's papers are distributed and also the location for Anthony's carriage ride and the market scene in Series 2.
- Visit the Kent location which is commonly used for period dramas; for Bridgerton this location was used for the Duke's 'gym' and the final boxing scene. Many of the London street scenes were also filmed here, as was a building used for one of the officer's terraced houses.
- Hampton Court Palace appears as the palace in Series 1 and 2 and is the location for the Queen's ball, her courtyard and the palace staircase scenes, as well as exterior shots and the Chancery Lane Printers.
- Hatfield House, Queen Elizabeth I's childhood home, stands in for several internal scenes of the Featherington home and in Series 2, the palace scenes between Lady Danbury and the Queen were filmed here.
- Wilton House is the location for the Queen's audience room in Series 2 and where Eloise is presented and also appears in a park scene.
- Wrotham Park, the location for lovely Aubrey Hall, the Bridgerton family's country home.
- West Wycombe Park, where the Royal Ascot and boating lake scenes were filmed.
Travelling on your own? Click here to find out about our Bridgerton England Tour with set departure dates for individuals.
Slideshow: No1 Royal Crescent © Visit Bath; Rangers Houses © English Heritage;W ilton House © Wilton House Trust; Long Gallery, Castle Howard © Castle Howard
Photos to the right of the tour: Dorney Court © Dorney Court; View from Temple Terrace, Castle Howard © Heritage Photographic; Holburne Museum © Holburne Museum
This tour transported me back, as if I was in a scene myself!