These are all the stunning real-life filming locations used in Bridgerton season three

You’re able to visit nearly all of them!


From the blooming wisteria to the regal townhouses, Bridgerton is set in the bougiest version of London I have ever seen. Now I might only have a GCSE in history, but the Netflix show features locations so fancy that the only thing that actually seems realistic of that time are the horse drawn carriages being pulled down cobbled streets.

It won’t surprise you to find out that not all of the series was actually filmed in London despite being set there. So, from Bath to Buckinghamshire, here’s a look at all of the season three Bridgerton filming locations. 

Ranger’s house, Blackheath, London

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The exterior of Bridgerton family home, which is said in the books and show to be located in Mayfair’s Grovesnor Square, is actually in Blackheath, South East London. The house is found just on the edge of the historic Greenwich Park and whilst it is a gorgeous property, does not have any wisteria growing on the outside as it does in the show and instead a crane is used so each piece can be applied to the outside of the building for filming.

Bridgerton season three filming locations

The Georgian mansion is owned by English Heritage and can be visited Wednesday through to Sunday for £12.50.

Halton House, Buckinghamshire

Bridgerton season three filming locations

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Whilst the exterior of the Bridgerton family home is filmed in London, the interior is filmed at Halton House in Buckinghamshire. It definitely has a royal feel to it as it has also been used as a filming location for The Crown, The King’s Speech and Downton Abbey.

Royal Crescent, Bath

Bridgerton season three filming locations

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The Royal Crescent in Bath is used for a few different locations in the show, it is used as a generic backdrop when the characters are walking about Mayfair and the exterior of No.1 Royal Crescent is also used as the Featherington household. In the books, the Feateringtons are also said to live off Grovesnor Square, right by the Bridgertons, but the filming location is almost 100 miles away from London.

Hatfield House, Hertfordshire

Bridgerton season three filming locations

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Similar to the Bridgerton household, the interiors of the Featherington home in season three are shot on a different filming location to the exterior namely in Hatfield House in Hertfordshire.

Osterley Park and House, Greater London

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The Full Moon ball that our beloved Bridgerton characters attend was filmed at Osterley Park and House a few miles outside of London which is one of the new filming locations for season three.

Lancaster House, Westminster, London

Bridgerton season three filming locations

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Lancaster House located on The Mall in London by Buckingham Palace is used to film the interiors of the royal palace where Queen Charlotte resides.

Blenheim Palace, Oxfordshire

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Fans of the spin off show will recognise Blenheim Palace from Queen Charlotte: A Bridgerton story and now the birth place of Winston Churchill is making its debut in season three of Bridgerton.

Queen’s House, Greenwich, London

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The Queen’s House and its garden in the royal borough of Greenwich South East London, which is a stone’s throw away from the Ranger’s House used as the Bridgerton residence, have been used throughout the three Bridgerton seasons as a backdrop for The Ton. It’s instantly recognisable pillars can spotted in many a scene.

Part one of Bridgerton season three is available on Netflix now. For all the latest Netflix news, drops, quizzes and memes like The Holy Church of Netflix on Facebook. 

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