Where was Bridgerton filmed? The house and all the Locations

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The hit Netflix series is set in Regency London, although Bridgerton was filmed in Bath and several grand houses and estates spread all over England.

The period drama, now back for its third season, portrays a 19th-century city recorded with modern drones and sweetened with dazzling colors.

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The story revolves around two high-society families and their daughters, searching for a partner in the competitive marriage market.

Here is our long and comprehensive spoiler-free guide to all the filming locations of Bridgerton.

You can jump directly to the season two updates by following this link, and you'll find the new season three locations below in the report.

Bridgerton was mostly filmed in the beautiful city of Bath

Bridgerton City
The show opens with a CGI'd view of London, and after that, we land in Bath's iconic Palladian façade, the Royal Crescent.

Completed in 1774, the 30 terraced houses with 114 columns that form this famous landmark are laid out in an arc to form a crescent shape.

The footage of a street with a double row of straight, neoclassical columns is Bath Street, located in the centre of the city.
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Image courtesy of Netflix - Maps: Royal Crescent / Bath Street

Where was Bridgerton filmed
The exterior of the Baron Featherington household is standing as the cornerstone of the Royal Crescent. This house is a museum, called No. 1 Royal Crescent.

Production designer Will Hughes-Jones commented to Architectural Digest magazine that they decided to build the majority of the interior rooms of both the Featheringtons and the Bridgertons houses on a soundstage.

Also, most of the furniture and other elements were completely built from scratch for the 250-plus sets that the series required.
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The Bridgerton House

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In the first season, the romance between Daphne Bridgerton (Phoebe Dynevor) and Simon, the Duke of Hastings (Regé-Jean Page) makes up the key plot in the show.

The Ranger's House, situated on the boundary of Greenwich Park in London, served as the exteriors of the Bridgerton family home.

This superb Georgian villa houses The Wernher Collection of art, consisting of jewelry, porcelain, and paintings amassed by a wealthy 19th-century businessman.
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Diamond of the First Water
Radio Times reported that the grand central staircase and the salon of the Bridgerton manor were recorded at Halton House near Aylesbury in Buckinghamshire.

This late 19th-century country home, which belonged to a member of the powerful Rothschild family, is owned today by the Royal Air Force.
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Buckingham House
The next location featured in the series is Queen Charlotte's (Golda Rosheuvel) St James's Palace. Oprah Magazine reported that the debutants Featherington sisters and Daphne are presented in court in the Double Cube Room of the Wilton House, located near Salisbury (Wiltshire).

This location also served as Pemberley for the 2005 adaptation of Pride and Prejudice. The estate has been featured in multiple productions including The Crown, The Young Victoria, Tomb Raider, and Outlander.
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St James’s Palace
St James’s Palace is also an amalgam of locations. The exterior with the red brick courtyard and the grand staircase was filmed at the Hampton Court Palace in East Molesey.

This impressive Tudor royal palace with elegant cobbled courtyards and Baroque architecture is located 12 miles southwest of central London on the River Thames.
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Lancaster House Long Gallery
The interior hall, pictured, is the magnificent Long Gallery in the Lancaster House in London.

The spectacular staircase with granite-like pillars and pink and yellow walls was also featured after the scenes of the wedding in the sixth episode of season two, "The Choice".

This opulent mansion in the St James's district in the West End was completed in 1840.
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Duke of Hastings home
The exterior and some sections of the residence of the Duke of Hastings, including the Gothic revival cloisters, are also from Wilton House.

The splendid Palladian bridge and the monumental trees of the estate are featured in several scenes and establishing shots.

The Wilton House and gardens, the seat of the Earls of Pembroke, are open to the public for visiting.
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Syon House Great Hall
However, the Duke's London mansion hall is the gorgeous 18th-century Great Hall at Syon House, designed by architect Robert Adam.
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Syon House Conservatory
Some Neoclassical rooms of St James’s Palace are also from Syon House, including the Long Gallery and the Dining Room where Queen Charlotte has a fight with King George III in episode five.

The ball, pictured, from the first episode of season two, was filmed at the Syon House Conservatory.

Bridgerton drehorte
Lady Danbury’s house (played by Adjoa Andoh), where the first ball of the season is held, is the Holburne Museum of Art in Bath.

According to Bath Echo, another ball was filmed in the 18th-century Banqueting Room at the Guildhall, also in Bath.
Image courtesy of Netflix - Maps: Holburne Museum / The Guildhall

Gentlemans Club ball
The Gentleman’s Club scenes and the ball from episode four, "An Affair of Honor", were filmed at the Hatfield House, the fabulous Jacobean style country manor featured in many productions like Wonder Woman, Rebecca, or Enola Holmes.

Some other rooms of the club were filmed at The Reform Club in London and in North Mymms Park, a luxurious mansion located in the Hertfordshire Countryside.
Image courtesy of Netflix - Maps: Hatfield House / Reform Club / North Mymms Park

Rudolfinum Concert hall
The exterior of the opera house of the third episode, "Art of the Swoon", is a CGI image based on the graceful 19th-century Rudolfinum Concert hall in Prague, Czech Republic.
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Art of the Swoon
The interior was filmed at the Hackney Empire theatre on Mare Street in London, built in 1901 in the Victorian Baroque Revival style.

On the other hand, the interior of the concert hall from episode seven, "Oceans Apart", is the elegant 1807 Theatre Royal Brighton.
Image courtesy of Netflix - Maps: Hackney Empire / Royal Brighton

Vauxhall Pleasure Gardens
The Vauxhall Pleasure Gardens party and a passionate love scene was filmed at the astonishing Temple of Four Winds, located at the eastern end of Temple Terrace in Castle Howard.

Commanding stunning views across the hills, the 18th-century monument was originally used as a place for refreshment and reading.

Beneath the structure, there is a cellar where servants prepared the food they served to the family above.
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Gunters Tea Shop
The dressmaker and the tea shop exteriors are both located in Bath. The Modiste is the Pickled Greens café at 2 Abbey Street.

The Gunter's Tea Shop is a Bathrooms at No.5 supply store at 12 Trim Street.
Image courtesy of Netflix - Maps: Modiste / Tea Shop

Somerset Mansion
The Somerset House exterior is the Queen's House museum in Greenwich.

The interior of the new wing is the awesome Picture Gallery room in the Somerley House in Ringwood (Hampshire), although the ceiling was exaggeratedly raised using digital effects.

In the second episode, "Shock and Delight", there is a scene where Nigel Berbrooke (a suitor of Daphne) follows Simon on his walk home, filmed on the road passing underneath the Queen's House.
Image courtesy of Netflix - Maps: Queen's House / Somerley

Lady Whistledown
The ball from the third episode was filmed in the Great Hall of the historic Leigh Court in Bristol.

The wedding from the fifth episode, "The Duke and I", takes place at the small St Mary's Church in Twickenham.
Image courtesy of Netflix - Maps: Leigh Court / Church

Dorney Court coaching inn
On the way to Clyvedon Castle, the couple needs to stay at a coaching inn, as the journey is too long.

The scene was filmed at Dorney Court, an almost 600-year-old Tudor manor in Buckinghamshire.
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Clyvedon Castle
It's not until the sixth episode, "Swish", that the fictional Clyvedon Castle appears. The Duke of Hastings stately home was filmed at the stunning Castle Howard in North Yorkshire.

The Great series was also filmed here in this private residence, home of the Howard family for more than 300 years.
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Historic Dockyard Chatham
The boxing match from the season finale, "After the Rain", was filmed in the No. 3 Covered Slip at the Historic Dockyard Chatham.

The boxing exhibition of the fourth episode was filmed in the Tarred Yarn Store, a 1769 listed building in Plymouth.
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The new season 2 locations

Old Royal Naval College market
The second season is focused on the love triangle between Kate Sharma (played by Simone Ashley), her younger sister Edwina Sharma (Charithra Chandran), and Lord Anthony Bridgerton (Jonathan Bailey).

Many establishing shots of London and the market from the first episode, "Capital R Rake", were recorded at the Old Royal Naval College in Greenwich.

Located by the River Thames, the ensemble of buildings at Maritime Greenwich is a monumental UNESCO World Heritage Site, which has been featured in lots of productions including Pirates of the Caribbean, Skyfall, Cruella, and many more.
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Royal County Of Berkshire Polo Club
The Royal Ascot race day from the second episode, "Off to the Races", was filmed at The Royal County Of Berkshire Polo Club near Windsor.

Also, it seems that some scenes in the woods were filmed at Windsor Great Park.
Image courtesy of Netflix - Maps: Polo Club / Windsor Great Park

Aubrey Hall
Welwyn Hatfield Times revealed that Aubrey Hall, the Bridgertons ancestral home from the third episode, "A Bee in Your Bonnet", was filmed at the neo-Palladian 18th-century country house Wrotham Park in Hertfordshire.

Also, according to Tudum, the fields of this vast property were filmed at Ivinghoe Beacon in Buckinghamshire.
Image courtesy of Netflix - Maps: Wrotham Park / Ivinghoe Beacon

Aubrey Hall Bridgerton
The Aubrey Hall Orangerie and gardens were also filmed at the Orangery at Wrest Park, a French-style pavilion built in 1835 in Silsoe, Bedfordshire.
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West Wycombe Park Estate
The fourth episode, "Victory", also features the West Wycombe Estate, a large 18th-century Italianate villa in Buckinghamshire that appeared in the Taboo series.
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Assembly Rooms Bloomsbury
The Assembly Rooms Bloomsbury in episode five, "An Unthinkable Fate", is Wilton's Music Hall in London, a surviving early music hall opened in 1859, an example of the 'giant pub hall'.
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St James’s Church Piccadilly
The wedding from episode six, "The Choice", was filmed at the late 17th-century St. James’s Church in Piccadilly.
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Goldsmiths’ Hall
In season two, some Buckingham House interior rooms were filmed at Goldsmiths’ Hall in the City of London.

The dressing room, pictured on top, is the Drawing Room, and the throne room in the lower scene, was recorded at Livery Hall.
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Bridgerton museum
The museum exterior in episode seven, "Harmony", is the Royal Artillery Barracks in Woolwich, London.

However, the interior was filmed at the North Gallery at Petworth House, a 17th-century mansion containing a significant collection of paintings and sculptures.
Image courtesy of Netflix - Maps: Royal Artillery Barracks / Petworth House

The Viscount Who Loved Me
Many scenes for the season finale, "The Viscount Who Loved Me", were filmed at Basildon Park, a Palladian-style 18th-century country house in Berkshire.
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Bridgerton's new season 3 locations

Where was Bridgerton season 3 filmed
The Queen's post-debutante presentation event in the first episode of season three, "Out of the Shadows," takes place at a new location.

Owned by the Warde family since 1731, Squerryes Court in Westerham, Kent, is a remarkable estate known for its elegant Palladian architecture, picturesque gardens, and award-winning vineyard.
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Kingston Bagpuize House
The new home of Nicholas, the Baron of Kent, is the Kingston Bagpuize House in Oxfordshire.

Dating back to the 1660s, the house boasts stunning architecture and extensive gardens.
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How Bright the Moon
The second episode, "How Bright the Moon," features this digital version of Buckingham Palace, as seen from the garden.
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Duke's Road and Woburn Walk in Camden
The Modiste exterior and a street scene in the fourth episode were filmed on Duke's Road and Woburn Walk in Camden.

These are some of the most captivating streets in the neighborhood, filled with Georgian architecture with wrought iron railings.
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Hawkins Balloon
The Hawkins Balloon scene in the third episode, "Forces of Nature", was filmed near the lake and the Gothic Temple at Painshill in Cobham, Surrey.

This 18th-century English landscape park, which is open to the public, was part of an estate where the house was demolished.
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Grimsthorpe Castle Lincolnshire
The ball in this episode was filmed at the magnificent Grimsthorpe Castle in Lincolnshire.

This imposing 16th century castle has been home to the de Eresby family for over 500 years.
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Wrest Park library
Lord Fuller's library in the fourth episode, "Old Friends," was filmed at Wrest Park in Bedfordshire, whose orangery was featured in the second season.
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