• Bridgerton England Tour

    Bridgerton England Tour

    A showstopper tour, perfect for fans of this new headline-grabbing period drama. Visit all the main filming locations from Series 1, including stunning Castle Howard and the quintessentially Georgian city of Bath.

  • Bridgerton England Tour

    Bridgerton England Tour

    A showstopper tour, perfect for fans of this new headline-grabbing period drama. Visit all the main filming locations from Series 1, including stunning Castle Howard and the quintessentially Georgian city of Bath.

Bridgerton England Tour

Tour Dates:
May 9 to 13, 2022
July 4 to 8, 2022
September 19 to 23, 2022

Itinerary

Day 1

Meet your guide in central London and begin to trace the footsteps of our new favourite families – the Bridgertons, Featheringtons and the Hastings! Visit the Kent location used for the boxing scenes and where many London street scenes were shot – this popular location has been used for several dramas such as ‘Call the Midwife,’ and ‘Mr Selfridge,’ as well as blockbuster films such as ‘Les Miserables.’ Today you will also visit Ranger’s House, the very recognisable building used for the external shots of the Bridgerton family home. Overnight.

Day 2

Morning visit to Hampton Court Palace -King Henry VIII's former residence, which was used in the filming of the series for the Queen's residence. Enjoy a tour of the quaint Tudor inn, where the Duke and Duchess stopped for their first marital night, and see the room where that infamous first night of marital intimacy happened. Continue to the Georgian city of Bath – a city which radiates Regency life, it is immediately evident why so many ‘London’ scenes were actually filmed on the streets of Bath. Overnight.

Day 3

Full day touring of Bath; No 1 Royal Crescent, which was the exterior of the Featherington family home and the entrance hall, the local café that was transformed to become the Modiste Dress Shop and the building used as the exterior of Lady Danbury’s estate are just some of the most noticeable sites you will see. Free time to enjoy a traditional Bath bun in ‘Sally Lunn’s’ – one of the oldest houses in Bath, and visit the Roman Baths and Pump Rooms for some more regency highlights. Overnight.

Day 4

Morning train journey through the English countryside to Yorkshire. Afternoon visit to Coneysthorpe Village, which doubled as the impressive Clyvedon Village and where Daphne unwittingly caused an issue due to her judging of the pigs! Overnight.

Day 5

Visit to beautiful Castle Howard, which you will recognise as Clyvedon Castle – the home of the Duke and Duchess of Hastings, where they spent their honeymoon. The castle’s Temple of the Four Winds was used for a particular steamy outdoors scene! Train journey back to London.

Photo Credits:

Slideshow: Rangers House © English Heritage; Dorney Court 

Photo below the itinerary: Holburne Museum © Visit Bath

Photo to the right of the tour: Temple of the Four Winds, Castle Howard © Heritage Photographic; Antiques Passageway, Castle Howard © Heritage Photographic

  • Thank you for a memorable tour - I can't wait to get home and watch the series again and remember myself standing in those places!

Included in the tour

  • 4 Nights Bed and Breakfast in 4 Star Hotels
  • Tour Guide, Motor Coach and Train Tickets
  • Entrance Fees to: Chatham Dockyard, Rangers House, Hampton Court Palace, Dorney Court, Castle Howard
US $1,890.00
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