Where was Enola Holmes filmed? The House & ALL the Filming Locations

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Back for the sequel, Enola Holmes was entirely filmed in England, featuring several historic homes and remarkable period buildings.

Based on a series of novels of the same name created by Nancy Springer, the story takes a new perspective on the legendary British detective Sherlock Holmes, giving voice to his intrepid little sister, Enola.

Enola Holmes Filming Locations

You'll find a lot of familiar faces in the outstanding cast of the film: Millie Bobby Brown from Stranger Things stars as the title character, Henry Cavill as his brother Sherlock (The Witcher and Superman), Sam Claflin (The Hunger Games) as the elder sibling, Mycroft, Helena Bonham Carter (The Crown, Fight Club) as their mysterious mother Eudoria, and Fiona Shaw (Killing Eve, Harry Potter) as Miss Harrison.

Welcome to our spoiler-free guide to all the filming locations of the movie. You'll find all the updates where the new Enola Holmes 2 was filmed below in the report.

The Enola Holmes House

Enola Holmes House The Holmes house exterior is the 16th-century stone stately manor Benthall Hall near Telford in Shropshire.

Film crews and local gardeners did magnificent work transforming the neat facade of the mansion in Enola's neglected home covered by overgrown trees.

As you can check out in the image, the fountain was also part of the set.
(You can open all the locations on Google Maps by clicking on the links below in the captions ↴) Image courtesy of Netflix and Tony Hisgett - Map


The vintage railway station The local press reported that the production was filming the train scenes on the Severn Valley Railway.

This 16-mile heritage line is mainly powered by original steam locomotives, connecting a few towns across Shropshire and Worcestershire.

Enola meets her brothers in the picturesque Arley train station.
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Kidderminster Town Station
The scene where the girl decides to run away from her destiny, taking a train to London, was shot at Kidderminster Town Station.

Although this station was built in 1984, it looks gorgeous because it was designed in the late Victorian style.
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Severn Valley Victoria Bridge The Severn Valley Victoria Bridge is a magnificent cast-iron structure built in 1862.

However, the arch bridge pictured in the lower pic, where Enola jumps with her new friend Lord Tewksbury (played by Louis Partridge) is a CGI creation.
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Victorian London set in Greenwich The Greenwich Old Royal Naval College was transformed into a large piece of Victorian England.

Fake storefronts of period business were erected in the section of College Way that intersects the main square.

The scene when Enola reunites with Tewkesbury in Covent Garden was also filmed in the columns of the Greenwich campus.
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Fournier Street Fournier Street in Spitalfields, enhanced with some digital effects, also became a huge set to film a couple of scenes of the movie.
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Basilwether Hall The ancestral home of the Tewksbury family, Basilwether Hall, is the Hatfield House in Hertfordshire.

Probably you've seen the grand rooms and halls of this opulent Jacobean state with large gardens was featured in many productions including 1989's Batman, Taboo, Wonder Woman, and Hulu's series The Great.

A key scene takes place in the elegant interior passage called the Armoury (lower picture), decorated with chequered black and white marble floor.
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Shooting in Luton Hoo According to Radio Times, the scenes in London’s East End where Enola fights the bowler-hat-wearing assassin, Linthorn (Burn Gorman), were filmed in some outbuildings at Luton Hoo estate.
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Enola Holmes School The boarding school run by Miss Harrison is the superb Minley Manor in Camberley, Hampshire.

Built in 1860, this French-style manor house is a private location that was also used to film scenes for Disney's 2018 The Nutcracker and the 2007 fantasy movie with Robert De Niro and Michelle Pfeiffer Stardust.
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Sequence in the Houses of Parliament The exterior of King's College Maughan Library building in central London doubled as the Houses of Parliament.

As you can see in the selected screenshots above, there is a small mistake in the scene: The Big Ben appears twice in the background of the same sequence, in two different locations!
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Enola Holmes drehort The white circular square at the end of the movie is located inside Her Majesty's Treasury building in Westminster.

This fine interior courtyard is called Drum Court. The statue of a queen in the middle was added later in post-production.
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Enola Holmes 2 Locations

Where was Enola Holmes 2 filmed
The opening scenes with Enola running through the streets of London were actually filmed on High Street in Kingston upon Hull, Yorkshire.

The iron bridge on top of the street was added via digital efects.
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Sherlock Holmes house
The exterior of the legendary Sherlock Holmes house at 221B Baker Street was filmed on Great James Street in London.
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Lyon match factory
The Lyon match factory interior is Wapping's Hydraulic Power Station, altough the exterior was filmed at the Historic Dockyard in Chatham, Kent.

As Dorset Live reported, the prison was shot a Dorchester Prison in Dorset, built in 1795 on the site of an old medieval castle.
Image courtesy of Netflix - Maps: Wapping / Prison


Paragon theater
Director Harry Bradbeer in interviews has revealed that the beautiful interior of the Paragon Music Hall was built from scratch at Shepperton Studios.

The Albion pub where Enola meets her brother is actually The Royal Oak in Marylebone, London.
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Enola Holmes 2 house
The ball hosted by the Lyon family was recorded at Halton House near Aylesbury in Buckinghamshire.

This late 19th-century country home, owned today by the Royal Air Force, was also a key location in Bridgerton series.
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