Where is “Bridgerton” Filmed? – Yahoo Lifestyle

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Photo credit: LIAM DANIEL/NETFLIX

From Seventeen

Bridgerton is Netflix’s latest big hit and fans are going crazy over how beautiful the show is, especially thanks to the lavish lifestyle of the ton. What fans might not know is that despite the show taking place in the 1800s, they can pretend to promenade like their favorite members of high society IRL. Ready to see where a lot of Bridgerton takes place? And also where you can visit to try to see where you favorite characters were during their biggest scenes?

*Major spoilers for season 1 of Bridgerton below!*

Here is everything you need to know about where Bridgerton was filmed.

Royal Crescent

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Photo credit: Matt Cardy – Getty Images

You see it time and time again throughout the entire series. It seems like everyone who is anyone lives in one of these buildings, which were originally built by John Wood between 1767 and 1774, according to CN Traveler. They are located in Bath, which is located outside of Bristol.

Painshill Park

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Photo credit: WEI-CHENG CHEN / 500px – Getty Images

We see our favorite couples promenading and hosting picnics at Painshill Park. It’s one of the places where members of the ton would gather to show off their new relationships and was another great place to share some major gossip.

Wilton House

Photo credit: LIAM DANIEL/NETFLIX
Photo credit: LIAM DANIEL/NETFLIX

According to CN Traveler, most of Queen Charlotte’s scenes are filmed in the Cube room of this home.

The Guildhall, The Assembly Rooms and the Holburne Museum

Photo credit: LIAM DANIEL/NETFLIX
Photo credit: LIAM DANIEL/NETFLIX

While we can’t go to an actual Bridgerton ball, that doesn’t mean we can’t visit the grand places they filmed them. Various rooms in The Guildhall, The Assembly Rooms, and the Holbourne Museum were used to film several of our favorite dance scenes.

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