A guide to Bridgerton filming locations

Two weeks ago, the latest installment in the Bridgerton series landed on Netflix. The steamy period drama is based on the lives of the Bridgerton family and is based on a series of books by bestselling author, Julia Quinn.

The show broke many records with its first series and continued its resounding success. In fact, season two managed to pull in viewers with 251.74 million hours watched for the week of March 28 to April 3 – its first full week on the streaming service.

Seasons three and four have already been confirmed by the streaming platform, and with eight books in this series, and a whole range of prequels and sequels, we won’t run out of content anytime soon (hallelujah). However, if like me, you already miss the Bridgerton band and fancy creating your own Regency-era fantasies, fret not; most of the stunning locations used for filming the show are open to the public.

Jonathan Bailey as Anthony Bridgerton and Simone Ashley as Kate Sharma

Here is a map, showing some of the key locations.

With warmer weather next week, now is the perfect time to plan a road trip or two to visit some of the incredible locations that formed the backdrop for the show.

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