Bridgerton filming locations for Season One and Season Two including locations in Bath, London, Yorkshire and Hertfordshire where the Bridgerton and Featherington homes and the ballroom scenes were filmed
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Netflix ‘S Bridgeton has been a hit since it first hit our screens, starring Lady Whistledown (voiced by Julie Andrews ), which reveal the mysteries of the ups and downs of high society in the 19th century.
A television adaptation of Julia Quinn’s novels follows the lives of members of the Bridgerton family. The first season was an instant hit thanks to the steamy chemistry between Daphne (Phoebe Dynevor) and the Duke of Hastings (Regé-Jean Page).
Now the second season has landed, this time focusing on Anthony Bridgerton (Jonathan Bailey) entering the marriage market and meeting Kate (Simone Ashley).
The show is of course set in some truly luxurious homes with opulent ballrooms and stunning gardens. The good news for Bridgerton fans is that much of the filming of seasons one and two was shot on location across the UK.
Bridgerton filming locations season 1
In the first season, the city of Bath served as the main location for exterior shots, which is not surprising given the historic architecture, cobbled streets and beautiful surroundings. (The town itself is actually a World Heritage Site due to its history).
The cast and crew were spotted at a number of Bath locations such as: No. 1 Royal Crescent the bathroom meeting rooms and Abbey Green .
Meanwhile, such as Trim Street, Beauford Square and Barton Street were also used for exterior shots, transforming the areas thanks to the period costumes and the horse-drawn carts that made their way through the cobbled paths.
It wasn’t just Bath where filming took place.
Other locations used in the show are also included Castle Howard in Yorkshire, which film fans may also know from Brideshead Revisited, while the 18th-century landscaped garden Painshill Park also featured.
Then of course there are some spectacular mansions that served as the lavish apartments of high society – for both seasons one and two (read on to find out more…).
Bridgerton filming locations season 2
The second season of the hit show includes a host of brand new filming locations across the UK.
For example, Basildon Park in Berkshire was used for scenes like the Featherington Ball Petworth house in West Sussex served as the art gallery for the show. Both are owned by the National Trust, with the National Trust South East team sharing a teaser on Instagram to confirm they are included in the new season.
RAF Halton was also used to create scenes set in the Featherington home, particularly dining room scenes.
Of course, no Bridgerton episode is complete without a glamorous social occasion, and for Lady Danbury’s Ball it was the stunning one Large Conservatory in Syon Park in Brentford, who provided the enchanting backdrop.
Meanwhile, the scene where Anthony is riding his horse and catching up with a mysterious woman took place Windsor Great Park – The park is open to the public, so you too can hike through these lush green forests (although we can’t promise you’ll meet a dashing Bridgerton along the way!).
Bridgerton locations used in both series
There are some ridiculously beautiful mansions in Britain, so it’s not surprising that these feature in both series.
For example, the Bridgerton family home is a real place that Ranger’s house in Greenwich . This Georgian villa, a English heritageactually houses an art collection and is open to the public.
Another beautiful mansion used for the series was Wilton house near Salisbury. The glamorous house’s Single Cube Room serves as Queen Charlotte’s throne room, while other parts of the house were also used for scenes in the second season.
Movie buffs may also recognize the impressive house, having featured in films such as The Crown, Pride & Prejudice and Young Victoria.
Lancaster house was used for filming at Queen Charlotte’s palace – and it’s another home previously used for filming The Crown thanks to its royal furnishings and decorations.
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Another property already boasting impressive film credentials – we’re talking The Crown and The Favorite – is the Spectacular Hatfield house in Hertfordshire. The home’s stunning Marble Hall provided some perfect backdrops for these iconic ballroom scenes.
Meanwhile, other filming locations such as the library and the West Garden were used during the filming of the first season, it is said local media.
Which Bridgerton season did you prefer – one or two? Let us know in the comments below.
https://www.mirror.co.uk/travel/uk-ireland/bridgerton-filmed-locations-bath-yorkshire-23141609 Where is Bridgerton filmed? Filming locations in Bath, London and Berkshire used for the second season