'Bridgerton' top filming locations in England

Written By Esther Cooke
June 20, 2024

The hit Netflix series Bridgerton has captivated audiences worldwide with three seasons of lavish settings and opulent backdrops. But where is Bridgerton filmed? As a period drama set in Regency era England, the show's production team has meticulously selected filming locations across the country to bring the Bridgerton world to life.

So take a peek behind the scenes at the historical Bridgerton locations that make this sensational period drama shine, they are sure to inspire you!


  • Bridgerton filming locations in London
    • Ranger's House
    • Lancaster House
    • The Old Naval College
  • Bridgerton filming locations in the English countryside
    • Wilton House
    • Castle Howard
    • Syon House
    • Hatfield House
  • Other notable Bridgerton filming locations
    • Bath

Bridgerton filming locations in London

Ranger's House

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This grand Georgian manor, nestled within the south east borough of Greenwich, dates back to the early 18th century. In the show, Ranger's House is portrayed as the exterior of the Bridgerton family's cosmopolitan London home.

With its grand facade of warm stone and red brick draped in lilac wisteria, rows of tall sash windows, and sweeping landscaped gardens, the Ranger's House exudes a refined elegance that perfectly captures the aristocratic setting of Bridgerton's Regency era. Inside, the meticulously preserved interiors are equally impressive, featuring ornate plasterwork ceilings, intricate wood paneling, and period furnishings.

Ranger's House is now owned by English Heritage and is open for visitors to explore the amazing art displayed in the Wernher Collection.

Lancaster House

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Lancaster House is a stunning 19th century mansion located in the heart of London This grand, stately home, with its ornate neoclassical architecture and lavish interiors, features palatial state rooms adorned with gilded mirrors, crystal chandeliers, and intricate plasterwork.

In the show, Lancaster House has served as the interior of Queen Charlotte's royal residence.

Beyond the grand salons and drawing rooms, Lancaster House's sweeping staircases, opulent ballrooms, and meticulously manicured gardens have also been featured, showcasing the magnificence of this historic estate.

This gorgeous venue is available for hire, and you can take a virtual tour on the website.

Old Royal Naval College

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The Old Royal Naval College is a striking architectural feature of Greenwich that has found a new life as a popular filming location. This grand, neo-classical riverside site was originally constructed in the late 17th century to serve as the Royal Hospital for Seamen, a state-of-the-art retirement home for navy veterans.

Designed by the renowned architect Sir Christopher Wren, the college's dramatic domed buildings and sprawling courtyards exude an air of grandeur that has made it a favourite setting for period dramas. With its ornate facades, manicured gardens, and sweeping river views, the Old Royal Naval College provides an idyllic, historically authentic backdrop for the Regency era world of Bridgerton. 

The exterior is used in multiple scenes across Season 2, for example in Episode 1, a paperboy runs across the colonnades to deliver Lady Whistledown’s anticipated ‘scandal sheet’. 

The Old Royal Naval College is open daily for visitors and you can join a number of interesting talks and tours including the Blockbuster Film Tour.

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Bridgerton filming locations in the English countryside

Wilton House

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Wilton House is a magnificent 16th century estate situated in Wiltshire, boasting sprawling parklands and meticulously manicured gardens. Constructed in 1543 by the 1st Earl of Pembroke, this grand property exemplifies Palladian-style architecture and has remained in the Pembroke family's possession for over four centuries. Wilton House has long captivated the interest of historians, art enthusiasts, and filmmakers alike.

The estate's lavish interiors, adorned with priceless artworks and antique furnishings, have served as the backdrop for numerous Bridgerton locations. These include Queen Charlotte's bedroom, parlour, and garden, Lady Danbury's library, the dining room of Clyvedon Castle (where the Duke and Duchess of Hastings move after their wedding), the site of a garden party, and the exterior, corridors, and study of the Duke of Hastings' house

For more countryside filming inspiration, check out 10 British farm locations for hire.

Castle Howard

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Castle Howard is a breathtaking 18th century stately home in North Yorkshire. The castle starred in Season 1 of Bridgerton, where it doubled as Clyvedon Castle in Episode 6.

Constructed over the course of a century beginning in 1699, this grand Baroque palace, with its striking domed roof and sprawling landscaped gardens is a true architectural masterpiece, blending classical symmetry with ornate Italianate flourishes. The interiors are equally impressive, showcasing exquisite 18th century furnishings, priceless works of art, and intricate plasterwork.

The house and gardens are open daily for visitors as well as hosting special events throughout the year.

Syon House and Park

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Syon House is a grand stately home nestled along the banks of the River Thames. This magnificent 16th century manor, with its striking neoclassical architecture and sprawling 200 acre gardens, has long been regarded as one of the most impressive country estates in England with its ornate interiors, opulent ballrooms, and meticulously landscaped grounds.

The first ball in Bridgerton Season 2 was shot in the stunning conservatory on the park grounds, which are open to visitors every Wednesday through Sunday.

Hatfield House

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Hatfield House is a stunning Jacobean mansion in the Hertfordshire countryside. This grand estate, dating back to the 16th century, has played a pivotal role in shaping the course of British history, serving as a former royal residence and the childhood home of Queen Elizabeth I.

Hatfield House makes multiple appearances as Bridgerton locations, including the home of the Featheringtons and the Gentleman’s Club.

The Hatfield estate and gardens host events throughout the year and are open for visitors to tour.

Other notable Bridgerton filming locations


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The historic streets of Bath are known for their Georgian architecture and served as the primary filming location for London's Mayfair in the show. Bridgerton scenes were shot on Bath Street, Alfred Street, and Beaufort Square, while the Bath Guildhall doubled as the show's Rambury Ballroom.

The Guildhall is available for hire and you can do a virtual tour on the website.

That's a wrap

The Bridgerton locations we explored in this list showcase the diverse and picturesque architecture found throughout the UK. Many of these sites are able to convincingly double for prominent landmarks like Buckingham Palace, demonstrating the wealth of stunning settings available. We hope you feel inspired by these gorgeous real-life Bridgerton sets.

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