The grand palace in South London, which was once home to Henry VIII, features in both seasons of "Bridgerton" as a stand-in for St James Palace. Its exterior is used for establishing shots in both seasons, with the gardens making more of an appearance in the second season, particularly following the disastrous wedding attempt of Anthony and Edwina. Its grand staircase also features in the second season.
The palace also features in "Queen Charlotte", including the Orangery which Charlotte frequently visits, the gardens, and the Base Court and Clock Court.
Hampton Court Palace is one of six properties that come under the country's "Historic Royal Palaces" banner. The list also includes Kew Palace, the real-life family home of King George III and Queen Charlotte.
Were you to visit, there are 60 acres of magnificent gardens to explore, as well as the original Tudor kitchens and Great Hall, and a bespoke baroque palace made for William III and Mary II.
You may also recognise the palace from previous period dramas including "Cinderella", "The Favourite", and "The Young Victoria".