The Netflix series Bridgerton is a spectacle watch for fans of period detail and romance. But beyond the story itself, the setting of the show is what captures the attention of the audience.
Here are some of the filming locations of Bridgerton that you should visit at least once whether you are a fan of the series or not.
The Bridgertons’ home, also called Ranger’s House, is a sprawling Georgian mansion that you can visit if you are in London. The house is made from red brick and covered in wisteria. It was originally constructed in 1723 for the British Admiralty.
While the property’s exterior itself is jaw-droppingly gorgeous, the Bridgerton family home’s interior was actually shot at Halton House in Buckinghamshire which serves as the home to the exquisite staircase shown in the series.
Clyvedon Estate is the compound where Daphne Bridgerton and Simon Basset spent their love-riddled honeymoon. In reality, this estate is Castle Howard found in York. Boasting Baroque features and verdant lawns, this property worth $375 million features 140 rooms.
This is where you can find the Great Temple. It took 100 years to construct the estate that has its very own railway station.
The interior shots may have been done in multiple homes but the exterior of the home of the Featherington is actually No. 1 Royal Crescent found in Bath.
Constructed during the 17th century, the row of terraced houses of the home is represented in the show as the Grosvenor Square, London.
Hampton Court Palace
Fans know how much Queen Charlotte loves frolicking around Hampton Court Palace’s gardens in the second season of Bridgerton.
If you happen to be in London, you can easily find it at the Borough of Richmond on the Thames.
Lady Danbury’s Estate
Lady Danbury’s Estate on the show was among the most unforgettable moments from the first episode. The gorgeous archways at the entrance of the house perfectly complement the primer to the Duke of Hastings.
In reality, the estate is located in Bath called Holbourne Museum. With an approximate value of $78.2 million, this establishment is where Daphne and Simon met.
Syon Park Conservatory
The second season of Bridgerton was kicked off with a glitzy ball for the dating season. All of the favorite characters were present at Lady Danbury’s hosted dance.
This event was shot at Syon Park’s domed conservatory located in London.
The Royal Palace
Wilton House is that one estate that filmmakers find irresistible every time they need to film English period dramas. Although the recognizable interiors are all seen in Emma, Pride & Prejudice, and The Crown, the estate served as the home of Queen Charlotte, with an approximate value of $196.8 in real life.
The 14,000-acre property, once a nunnery, was featured in many of the interior scenes of Hasting estate where tensions rose between Simon and Daphne.
Which of these filming locations would you like to visit first and try to relive all those favorite Bridgerton moments?