Here is where Queen Charlotte: A Bridgerton Story was filmed

Here is where Queen Charlotte: A Bridgerton Story was filmed

It’s safe to say that we are literally obsessed with Queen Charlotte: A Bridgerton Story. The six-part spin-off series follows the relationship of young Queen Charlotte and King George and from the drama to the romance, it’s definitely one to binge-watch this bank holiday weekend.

Aside from the beautiful gowns and cast (seriously, could Aresma Thomas be any more gorgeous?), the series also featured some stunning filming locations. So, from castles to palaces, here is where Queen Charlotte: A Bridgerton Story was filmed.

Blenheim Palace

This palace in Oxfordshire is the crème de la crème of Queen Charlotte’s filming locations, with it portraying Buckingham House - which if you didn’t know, was the name for what is now called Buckingham Palace! It's the palace which the Queen often stayed in and was the background for the final, grand ball.

Belton House

Belton House in Lincolnshire portrays Kew Palace, where the King spent most of his time at the start of the series. The actual Kew Palace, where the real-life King and Queen lived, was too small so this iconic residence was used for filming for the first time in over 20 years, according to House Beautiful. It also represented the George’s observatory and beloved garden.

Merton College

The beautiful royal wedding ceremony in the first episode was filmed at one of Oxford University’s most stunning buildings, Merton College. Tony Hood, location manager for the series, told House Beautiful they picked this location for a specific reason.

"It allows you to see the dichotomy of the old ton and the new ton," he explained. "We wanted to have them looking at each other during the royal wedding and to see the reactions between the two."

Firle Place

The home of a young Violet Bridgerton and her family is Firle Place in East Sussex. The country residence has been home to the same family for more than 500 years and dates back to the time of Henry VIII, being picked for its Georgian rooms and grand staircase.

Waddesdon Manor

Speaking of Violet, the scenes between her father and Lady Danbury are mainly shot in the grand Waddeson Manor, Buckinghamshire. It was also used for lots of other interior and exterior shots throughout the series, and it’s one of four or five similar homes in that area. It must really be like walking into the world of Bridgerton, then!

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Hatfield House

Remember the scene where Queen Charlotte tries to flee her wedding by jumping over a wall? Yep, we can’t forget it. That iconic moment was filmed at Hatfield House in Hertfordshire, which has also been used for TV shows and films like The Crown and Harry Potter!


Here are the locations where Netflix's Queen Charlotte: A Bridgerton Story was filmed.