Where is Bridgerton filmed? Filming locations revealed

Where is Bridgerton filmed? Filming locations revealed

We are officially halfway through season three of Bridgerton (those last four episodes truly cannot come soon enough) and we are all in full regencycore mode. Corsets! Skirts! Sleeves! Frills!

If you are still desperate to surround yourself with all things Bridgerton, there’s no better way than walking in the footsteps of the Featheringtons and Bridgertons themselves — yes, we are talking about actually visiting the Bridgerton filming locations.

The hit Netflix show is shot in a variety of historic homes and estates around the country. It also uses the streets of Bath as some of its outdoor backdrops. In other words, there are plenty of places that you can visit for yourself — we promise, you’ll get some great Instagram-worthy Bridgerton-ified shots while you’re there.

So, dearest reader, we bring you the Bridgerton filming locations.

Where is Bridgerton filmed?

Dennis Barnes

The Royal Crescent, Bath

This famous street in Bath can be spotted in all three seasons of Bridgerton, doubling as Regency-era Mayfair. No.1 Royal Crescent is also used as the Featherington household, so you’ll be seeing it a lot in this season, which hones in on Penelope Featherington’s love story. Luckily for Bridgerton fans, the house is also a museum that “has been decorated and furnished just as it might have been during the period 1776-1796” — in other words, it looks an awful lot like it does in the show.


Abbey Green, Bath

This quaint little street in Bath stands in for a quiet street in the Bridgerton world. The Abbey Deli is transformed into Modiste’s dress shop, where Penelope begins her glow-up in season 3. Head to the Abbey Deli to find a few pieces of Modiste-themed merchandise.

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