Where was Bridgerton filmed? Good question! And one we'll be sharing the answer to, as we've rounded up all the incredible venues and locations. Think stately homes, county retreats and impressive glasshouses. Because, if there's one thing Bridgerton doesn't shy away from, it's grandeur and inclusivity.
Where Was Bridgerton Filmed?
Bridgerton is set in London during the early 1800s, exploring the lives of the city's well-to-do in the neighbourhood of Mayfair. And whilst some filming did take place in the capital, most scenes were actually shot outside the city. We've shared many a London wedding, and think it makes the perfect backdrop for those all-important couples portraits.
Bath is the show's second most popular location for filming, which in itself is like travelling back in time. Quaint side streets and historic buildings, including No.1 Royal Crescent, which was the beautiful Georgian home of the Featherington family and is now a museum for all things from the period. Abbey Green, in the centre of Bath, is also where the Modiste dress shop scenes are filmed. And The Holburne Museum, more commonly known as Lady Danbury's House to Bridgerton fans is where Rock My Wedding real couple Katy & Simon said I do.
There's no denying we're all dying to binge-watch season two! But, before we immerse ourselves in the latest gossip from Lady Whistledown, let us remind ourselves of the season one finale at Syon Park. The Great Hall and gardens provided the perfect location for the Duke and Duchesses' ball which will forever be etched in our hearts. You only have to take a look at the gallery below to see why. And if you've caught up on Season Two... Spoiler alert! You will recognise it as the location for Lady Danbury's conservatory ball. What a venue!
Hampton Court Palace
The exterior of Hampton Court Palace was used to illustrate Queen Charlotte's residence in Bridgerton but was in fact the former home of Henry VIII. It's open to the public to explore and was the perfect backdrop for Kris and Matts' wedding photographs who had an intimate reception at The Kings Arms hotel close by. We're sure your wedding there will have a better ending than The Vicount's and The Season's Diamond. Although, everything worked out for the best in the end didn't it...
Now, I must confess, if I wasn't taken, the magnificent Castle Howard in Yorkshire is the address I'd want in my little black book. Especially if it involved a tour of the library! Featured in Bridgerton as the Duke of Hastings' residence, Clyvedon Castle, and occasionally available to hire exclusively for bespoke events. Step ladders are optional!