The stunning scenes shown in Bridgerton Season 1 surprised all fans who thought they were liars, but the truth is, all filming was done in these iconic castles in the UK.
The famous series from Bridgerton Preparing for its second season on a platform NetflixMany fans are wondering where the series was filmed to achieve such shocking scenes.
First of all, let’s remember that the series was filmed before the outbreak of the Coronavirus, with cast and crew filming some beautiful old castles and manor homes across Britain.
The Tudor Palace replaced the magnificent Queen Charlotte Palace on display. The Grade I listed building was built in the 16th century and houses tennis courts and
Duke of Hastings’ residence – Wilton House – Salisbury
This is the place that was used to replace the Duke’s house, Wilton House in Salisbury. But the house is actually the home of the Pembroke family, who have owned it for generations, around 478 years.
Clayvedon Castle of the Duke and Duchess – Castle Howard – York
It was on this spot that the celebrity couple from the show were spotted performing some hot outdoor scenes. They used this place after they got married.
The Residence of Mrs. Danbury – The Holborn Art Museum – Bath
The Lady Danbury home has also been depicted as the elegant Holborn Art Museum in Bath, Somerset. The impressive Grade I listed building was Bath’s first public art gallery and today houses some classic pieces.
The Bridgertons Residences – Ranger House – Greenwich, London
Ranger House in London, which was the home of the titular series’ family. As the name suggests, this was once the official residence of the Greenwich Park rangers, which was a site designated by the royal family in the 19th century.