The most beautiful costume drama of our time was filmed in truly majestic locations.
The Bridgerton House
The Bridgerton family house was the red-brick Ranger’s House in Greenwich, London, built in 1723.
During its existence, the house has changed several owners. From the Earl of Chesterfield to Princess Sophia of Gloucester. In the 19th century it was used as the official residence of the Ranger of Greenwich Park. The building is now owned by the Historic Buildings and Monuments Commission called English Heritage.
The Duke of Hastings' Residence
The Duke of Hastings, an eligible bachelor, took up residence in several fine British buildings. This is Wilton House, the seat of the Earls of Pembroke of the Herbert family, which has already appeared in such projects as The Crown and Pride and Prejudice.
In addition, the interiors of the Hastings’ residence have been filmed at the Dukes of Northumberland's Syon House and the residence of the Dukes of Beaufort Badminton House.
The country mansion that the Duke and the Duchess of Hastings moved into after the wedding was also made up of several real-life locations.
Firstly, Clyvedon Castle’s facade was filmed at Castle Howard, located in North Yorkshire and founded back in 1699. Secondly, the castle interior was taken from Wilton House (dining room), Badminton House (living room and grounds), and North Mymms Park (nursery) in Hertfordshire.
The Featherington Residence
Baroness Featherington's luxurious mansion was filmed on the legendary Royal Crescent Street in Bath. The street is a row of 30 terraced houses built between 1767 and 1774.
For the interior scenes the creators chose Royal Air Force Halton and Hatfield House in Hertfordshire.
St. James's Palace and Buckingham Palace
Queen Charlotte spends most of her time at St. James's Palace and Buckingham Palace. St. James's Palace borrowed its appearance from Hampton Court Palace that is located on the banks of the Thames.
The Queen's throne room is the Double Cube Room at Wilton House. The creators of the series could not ignore and had to use the magnificent Long Gallery in the Lancaster House, which some viewers had already seen in The Crown, Downton Abbey and The King's Speech.