Bridgerton Filming Locations You Can Actually Visit!

Allison Hay © A scene from Bridgerton, Season 3. Penelope Featherington (Nicola Coughlan), with her mother

The long wait if finally over for Bridgerton fans with much-anticipated Season 3 kicking off on May 16, 2024. This time the action follows Penelope Featherington (Nicola Coughlan) and Colin Bridgerton (Luke Newton), but will friendship and misunderstandings turn to love? We’ll just have to see! If you can’t wait to immerse yourself in this glorious period drama, why not add to the experience by visiting one of the historic and regal homes where the series is set?

Many of the filming locations are open to the public including beautiful Hatfield House, used as the Featherington house, and the grand Rangers House in London, the residence of the Bridgerton clan.

Also, take a look behind the scenes of Bridgerton season 3 with production set designer, Alison Gartshore.

5 Bridgerton filming locations

With the help of Travel experts from, we reveal five backdrops around the country giving lovers of this regency-inspired hit the chance to follow in the footsteps of Lady Whistledown and the Bridgertons…

1. Rangers House, London

Rangers House,, Greenwich, Royal Park, London, a Bridgerton filming location

Rangers House, Greenwich, Royal Park, London Pic: Shutterstock/ Matthew Gough

The exterior of grand Rangers House might seem very familiar as it’s used for the Bridgerton family residence in the hit TV show. In real life, the house is a Georgian villa which sits on the edge of Greenwich Park and this imposing home has welcomed many famous residents through its doors, including the royal family and countless aristocrats. It’s now open to public visitors, making this a great day out for Bridgerton fans.

2. Hatfield House, Hertfordshire

Hatfield House, Hertfordshire, a Bridgerton filming location

Pic: Shutterstock

Be mesmerised by the striking backdrop of Hatfield House, with gardens and interiors providing just the right level of regal glamour for the colourful Featherington family. If you take a walk around the interior of opulent Hatfield House, you’ll spot many of the  film locations from scenes inside the Featheringtons’ home. Spend a lovely day strolling through the house and gardens yourself, both of which are open for visitors.

3. No.1 Royal Crescent, Bath

No. 1 Royal Crescent, Bath

No. 1 Royal Crescent, Bath Pic: Shutterstock / jimmonkphotograph

The exterior shots of the Featherington family home aren’t taken at Hatfield House, but instead at one of Bath’s most iconic landmarks, The Royal Crescent. Built in the 18th century, this was a Georgian townhouse that high society flocked to back in its heyday, but it’s now a museum that’s open to the public.

4. Halton House, Buckinghamshire

The interior scenes of the Bridgerton house, and the spectacular ball at the end of season two, were shot at the French-style Halton House in Aylesbury. The charming mansion is now home to serving personnel based at RAF Halton, so if you’d like to take in the stunning home and gardens, you can arrange a visit during one of the open days.

5. Wilton House, Wiltshire

Exterior of Wilton House in Wilton, Wiltshire, a Bridgerton filming location

Wilton House, Wiltshire Pic: Shutterstock / Nigel Jarvis

The gardens and staterooms of this statuesque dwelling feature often in Bridgerton. Most recognisably, many of the scenes featuring Queen Charlotte were filmed in this striking location – with the bedroom, parlour and manicured garden taking a starring role. Wilton House was also used as the Duke of Hasting’s house exterior and Lady Danbury’s library scenes from previous seasons of the show. The estate is open to the public during the summer, so Bridgerton fans can make plans for a visit now.

While we may not be able to recreate the beautiful gardens of these lovely homes, we can take elements for our own gardens.. Take a look at how to create a Bridgerton-inspired garden.

Where to stream Bridgerton

You can watch the first four parts of this new series on Netflix from May 16, 2024 with the final four parts released on June 13, 2024.

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Allison Hay

I joined the "My Weekly" team thirteen years ago and, more recently, "The People's Friend". I love the variety of topics we cover both online and in the magazines. I manage the digital content for the brands, sharing features and information on the website, social media and in our digital newsletters.