Bridgerton is the latest Netflix drama everyone’s raving about, and its colorful characters, intriguing plotline, and dreamy costumes aren’t the only things that make it stunning. Its filming locations are also quite magnificent, and here are a few you can check out in England.
Hampton Court Palace
This historic royal palace from the 16th century served as the set for Queen Charlotte’s residence in Bridgerton. In addition to being a marvel of baroque architecture, it’s also home to beautiful gardens, a royal tennis court, and the oldest surviving hedge maze in the country.
After tying the knot, the Duke and Duchess of Hastings started their life as a married couple at the fictional Clyvedon Castle, but it was Castle Howard in North Yorkshire that actually served as the location for the exterior scenes.
Several filming locations were used as the Duke of Hastings’ home in Bridgerton, but none is more notable than Wilton House—especially since it previously appeared in The Crown, Emma, and Pride and Prejudice.
If you want to see the Bridgertons’ residence in the flash, head to London’s Greenwich Park, and you’ll find this red brick Georgian mansion in its close proximity.