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Bridgerton and Queen Charlotte Filming Locations

Visit the Real "Bridgerton'" and "Queen Charlotte" Filming Locations – No Corsets Required

Bridgerton and Queen Charlotte Filming Locations
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Since its debut in 2020, Netflix's "Bridgerton" has taken the world by storm. Known for its steamy romances, engaging melodrama, and gorgeous cast, the show has had viewers wanting to be a Bridgerton family member from day one.

"Bridgerton" invites us into the high society of "The Ton", helping viewers feel part of the action with its elaborate production and detailed costume design, making the world of the show feel well established and deeply lived-in. A large part of this is achieved through the show's commitment to location shooting, very rarely using sets on a backlot at a studio. Every stately home, every wander through the park, each gentlemen's club depicted are, for the most part, real places. With the arrival of "Queen Charlotte: A Bridgerton Story", the scope and scale of these locations has become even more grand, with the majority of the series taking place in the palaces which Charlotte and George reside in.

While eagle-eyed viewers will note that the majority of what the show tries to sell us as London isn't actually the capital, there are a number of locations across the UK which "Bridgerton" fans will recognise. And with Netflix finally announcing series 3 of the hit show will return in two instalments (part one on 16 May and part two on 13 June), it's time to fill your 2024 diary with some weekend trips to live our your Regency dreams.

Read on to discover some of the UK locations where "Bridgerton" and "Queen Charlotte" were filmed, and plan some visits ahead of "Bridgerton" season 3 summer launch.

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