As fans of the hit Netflix show enjoy the latest season, here are ten of the most quintessentially British attractions which make an appearance on screen.

Blenheim Palace

Oxfordshire’s UNESCO World Heritage Site first appeared in Queen Charlotte as Buckingham House but has been featured for the first time in Bridgerton. Groups can explore Capability Brown landscaped gardens, as well as the room where Sir Winston Churchill was born - discounts apply for 15 or more people.

Hampton Court Palace

The palace in Richmond has been used as a filming location throughout Bridgerton, with the locations manager, Tony Hood, describing the palace as ‘very square, very neat and very Regency’. Groups of 15 or more qualify for discounted rates to the former home of Henry VIII, and can also the world record Great Vine within its grounds. 

Hampton Court Palace

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Multiple scenes were filmed at the former home of Henry VIII in Richmond.

Chiswick House

The spectacular house and gardens in London feature in church and carriage shots in the new season of Bridgerton. Whether you want to explore the house or find out more about the garden and its history, its dedicated group tours are one of the best ways to bring Chiswick’s story to life.

About Bridgerton…

Bridgerton is an American produced historical romance television series created by Chris Van Dusen for Netflix. Based on the book series by Julia Quinn, the series is set during the early 1800s in an alternative London Regency era, in which King George III established racial equality and raised many people of African descent to the nobility due to the African heritage of his wife, Queen Charlotte.

Old Royal Naval College

This UNESCO World Heritage Site in London provides the setting for Mayfair Market and other shots during the Bridgerton story. The site has also played its part on screen in a number of other productions like Pirates of the Caribbean, The Crown and Thor. Tours highlight its many filming locations and also unlock the history behind the magnificent Painted Hall inside.

Old Royal Naval College

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Discover how the Old Royal Naval College transforms into Mayfair Market on screen.

Luton Hoo Estate

This stunning country estate appears throughout the show and for the latest season provides the exterior of the printing press and Bridgerton family garden. Afternoon tea is a must here for groups, served in its beautiful lounges and featuring a selection of finger sandwiches, sweet treats like raspberry Victoria sponge cake and sparkling wine at an extra cost.

Wrest Park

Although already featuring in Bridgerton previously, Wrest Park in Bedfordshire is the magnificent home to the Fuller family in season 3. From dazzling parterres and fragrant borders to sweeping countryside views and woodland walks, Wrest Park is a real treat for the senses, with groups of 11 or more able to to save money on admission. 

Wrest Park, Bedfordshire

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Bedfordshire’s Wrest Park offers discounted rates for groups of 11 or more.

Painshill Park

While Painshill Park in Surrey served as the backdrop for a Featherington family picnic, it reappears in the latest season where new character Lord Hawkins attempts to prove that flight is possible with hot air balloons. Created in the 18th century by Charles Hamilton as a living painting, Painshill invites groups to walk around a work of art and discover dramatic follies, calming waters and stunning views. Guided tours for groups can be prearranged. 

Painshill Park, Surrey

Painshill is a fine example of an 18th century landscape garden.

Wilton House

Located in Wiltshire, the country house has appeared plenty of times throughout Bridgerton. Golda Rosheuvel, who plays Queen Charlotte, has even said that Wilton is her favourite place to film and that “it feels like home”. Groups can book guided tours to explore the home of the 18th Earl and Countess of Pembroke - the estate was built on the site of a ninth century nunnery.

Holburne Museum

Bath is an iconic location in Bridgerton, with the Royal Crescent featuring throughout the seasons in carriage drive-bys, Penelope’s window and the exteriors of Mayfair. The Holburne Museum is the setting of Lady Danbury’s house and reprises its role in the new season.

Holburne Museum, Bath

Holburne Museum is the setting for lady Danbury’s house in the series.

Basildon Park

The grand country house in Berkshire has previously appeared in Bridgerton as the Featherington’s family garden but features more in the new season as the home of Lady Tilley Arnold – a new character. The 18th-century Palladian-style mansion has a 400-acre park to explore, as well as a formal garden and visitor centre.