You Can Visit Netflix’s “Bridgerton” Filming Locations

Regé-Jean Page and Phoebe Dynevor in "Bridgerton"

Netflix’s Shonda Rhimes produced series Bridgerton is the hottest series on the streaming service right now. Set in Regency England, each scene features a beautiful old manor house or estate somewhere in the United Kingdom. After a bit of research, we have found the historic homes where some of our favorite Bridgertons, Hastings, and everyone in-between resides.

Castle Howard — York

In episode 5, Simon and Daphne head to the countryside to live at their ducal seat, known as Clyvedon Castle. In reality, the castle is known as Castle Howard, and was built in 1701. It still belongs to a branch of the Howard family. 

Rangers’ House — London

The Bridgertons live in a lovely house with wisteria shading the front of it in the show. The house itself is called Rangers’ House and is set next to Greenwich Park in London. For fans of the show, you can visit the house as it has the Wernher Collection of Art on display.

Wilton House — Salisbury

Another country estate which features prominently in the show is Lady Danbury’s home. This great house was built in 1544, and belongs to the Earl of Pembroke’s family. The house was also featured in The Crown.

We’re sure a Bridgerton House Tour is in the works, and once travel gets going again, fans will be able to visit all of these esteemed residences. For now, we will all have to live vicariously through the show!