As a fan of period dramas, the allure of Bridgerton’s world was irresistible from the very first episode. With the much-anticipated third season upon us, I decided to embark on my own personal journey through the filming locations that bring this romantic series to life. Each location deepened my connection to the show, making me feel as if I was stepping into the elegant, dramatic world of the Bridgertons. Here are the ten enchanting spots that shaped my Bridgerton adventure. Happy exploring!

Ranger’s House, London

Standing on the edge of Greenwich Park, Ranger’s House immediately transported me to the exterior of the Bridgerton family home. This Georgian villa, built in 1723, houses the Wernher Collection. As I wandered through its rooms, surrounded by masterpieces by Botticelli and Metsu, I imagined myself as Lady Whistledown, uncovering the secrets of the ton. The elegance and history of Ranger’s House set the perfect tone for the start of my journey.

Castle Howard, Yorkshire

Visiting Castle Howard, near York, was like walking into a dream. This magnificent estate stands in for Clyvedon Castle, the Duke of Hastings’ grand residence. Its breathtaking architecture and expansive gardens provided a romantic backdrop, reminiscent of Simon and Daphne’s tender moments. As I strolled through the grounds, I could almost hear the whispers of their love story in the air.

Painshill Park, Surrey

Painshill Park’s 18th-century landscaped garden is where many of Bridgerton’s promenading and picnicking scenes come to life. With serene lakes, grottoes, and the iconic Five Arch Bridge, it was easy to imagine myself part of the ton, enjoying a leisurely day out. Each step I took was filled with the charm and tranquility the Bridgertons so effortlessly exude.

Hatfield House, Hertfordshire

Stepping into Hatfield House, used for the interior of the Bridgerton family’s London residence, felt like a journey back in time. This grand estate, with over 400 years of history as the childhood home of Queen Elizabeth I, offered a rich tapestry of stories. The stunning interiors and historical significance made it a highlight of my adventure, blending my love for history with my passion for the series.

Wrotham Park, Hertfordshire

Wrotham Park, serving as Aubrey Hall, the Bridgerton family’s ancestral home, was a quintessential country retreat. Designed by Isaac Ware in 1754, this Palladian mansion set within a 2,500-acre estate was the perfect setting for lavish balls and intimate gatherings. Walking through its grand halls, I felt a connection to the opulence and elegance that define Bridgerton.

Hampton Court Palace, Richmond

Hampton Court Palace, the opulent residence of Queen Charlotte, is steeped in history. Once home to King Henry VIII, the palace’s stunning baroque architecture and expansive gardens made me feel like royalty. Exploring its manicured grounds, I was immersed in the rich heritage and grandeur that this iconic site exudes.

Lancaster House, Westminster

Used for the lavish interiors of Queen Charlotte’s Palace and Buckingham Palace, Lancaster House offered a glimpse into the grandeur of British aristocracy. As I wandered through its opulent rooms, I could envision the intricate dances and extravagant scenes that unfold within its walls.

Royal County of Berkshire Polo Club, Windsor

The Royal County of Berkshire Polo Club, near Windsor, is where the royal races attended by the ton in season two took place. It was here that the spark ignited between Anthony and Kate. Standing on these grounds, I felt a thrilling connection to their burgeoning romance.

Goldsmiths’ Hall, London

Goldsmiths’ Hall, designed by Philip Hardwick and opened in 1835, served as the Queen’s throne room and other significant interiors. Its grand and historic charm provided a stunning backdrop, making it easy to imagine the pivotal scenes that were filmed here.

RAF Halton, Buckinghamshire

RAF Halton, one of the largest Royal Air Force stations in the UK, provided the interior setting for the foyer of the Bridgerton home. Walking through this historic site, I was struck by its unique charm and the way it seamlessly blended into the Bridgerton world.