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The Crown Group Tour

The Crown Group Tour

The Crown Group Tour

Visit the stunning filming locations used to recreate the palaces and grand homes seen in this dramatic mini-series about the British royal family. Our tour combines filming locations in London and the UK with important royal hotspots and tourist attractions.

Tour Highlights

  • London filming locations including stunning Lancaster House where many scenes were filmed, Lyceum Theatre, Blythe House and Old Royal Naval College at Greenwich, the location for Buckingham Palace courtyard. 
  • Southwark Cathedral, where the scene of George VI’s funeral and internment in St. George’s Chapel was filmed.
  • Ely Cathedral, on-screen location for the Series 1 wedding of Princess Elizabeth and Prince Philip.
  • Hatfield House. Scenes were shot in the King James Drawing Room, the Long Gallery, the Marble Hall and Winter Dining Room.
  • Wilton House, which has featured in many period dramas and is the stunning location used for Buckingham Palace. 
  • Belvoir Castle, used for Windsor Castle interior scenes in the first 3 series.
  • Loseley Park, where filming took place in the Great Hall, Dining Room, park and walled garden. Loseley was used for Broadlands, the home of Mountbatten (played by Greg Wise), as well as other locations. 
  • Stunning Waddesdon Manor, a National Trust Property, built in the style of a 16th century French Renaissance-style château of the Loire, which was used as a location in Series 2.
  • Winchester Cathedral, the setting for the funerals of Sir Winston Churchill in Series 3 and Lord Mountbatten in Series 4 as well as the wedding of Prince Charles and Princess Diana. 
  • Brocket Hall, the location for Kensington Palace, home to Princess Diana and Princess Margaret.
  • Hylands House, the location for the White House in Series 3.
  • De Vere Horsley Estate which appeared as the German Marburg Castle in Hesse, in Series 2.
  • Audley End House, a beautiful Jacobean mansion used for interior scenes. The Great Hall and library appear as Balmoral, Windsor and Eton College.
  • The stately homes used for Prince Charles' Highgrove and the Spencer family home at Althorp.
  • The lavish country home which featured as Margaret Thatcher's No 10 Downing Street and also in some Balmoral scenes. 
  • Wrotham Park, the stunning Palladian mansion used as a location for Sandringham, as well as Princess Anne's home at Gatcombe Park.
  • Somerleyton Hall, which doubles as Sandringham, the Royal Family’s Christmas holiday home. This is a private home so only the gardens are open to visitors.
  • A tour of the important royal sites in London, including Buckingham Palace, St James, Tower of London, The Mall, Horse Guard's Parade, Westminster Abbey and Windsor Castle. 

What Our Clients Say

I was very fortunate to be on their 70th and 75th D-Day celebration tours. The service and attention to details was exceptional. It was very moving to go back.

As a Jane Austen enthusiast, this tour was perfect - and the Jane Austen Festival in Bath was just fabulous to see!

Words fail me...The Downton Abbey was a perfectly wonderful travel experience! We did not know we would be the ONLY guests at the Abbey. When we realised how truly exclusive our tour was we were speechless! Surreal being there and actually meeting Lady Carnarvon.