Where Was Bridgerton Season 3 Filmed? The Locations and How to Visit Them

Article by Jane
June 16th, 2024
Where Was Bridgerton Season 3 Filmed? The Locations and How to Visit Them

We reveal the Bridgerton Season 3 filming locations including the Ranger’s House and Old Royal Naval College in Greenwich, No 1 Royal Crescent, Basildon Park, Hampton Court Palace, Bath’s Holburne Museum, Claydon House, Kingstone Bagpuize, Squerryes Court, Woburn Walk, Halton House, Grimsthorpe Castle and Wilton House.

And we explain how you can visit Bridgerton locations that appear onscreen – from parks and gardens to townhouses and ballrooms.

The Featheringtons are back in society, advertising their windfall from Aunt Petunia’s inheritance as they try to secure their place again. Penelope Featherington (Nicola Coughlan) wants to find a husband, while Colin Bridgerton (Luke Newton) is back from his Grand Tour and looking for a wife-to-be.

Lady Tilley Arnold (Hannah New) arrives on the scene, along with Lady Danbury’s brother, Lord Anderson (Daniel Francis), and Lord Samandi (David Mumeni). Then there’s Harry Dankworth (James Phoon), Lord Debling (Sam Phillips) and John Stirling, Earl of Kilmartin (Victor Alli), arriving as potential love interests for the girls of the Ton.

And where better for an eligible lord or lady to meet than in one of the Ton’s glorious ballrooms or garden parties? Expect more stunning locations entering the world of Bridgerton as the new season gets underway.

All the Bridgerton Locations Seen in Season 3

Penelope Featherington Penelope Featherington. Copyright Liam Daniel / Netflix
Premiering on 16th May 2024, Bridgerton Season 3 was filmed in the Maritime Greenwich UNESCO World Heritage Site, The Royal Crescent in Bath, Hampton Court Palace and at stately homes and parkland across Buckinghamshire, Bloomsbury, Wiltshire, Lincolnshire, Berkshire, Lincolnshire, Norfork, Oxford and Kent.

Looking closely at the custom-built sets, we can see a lot of similarities with real mansions and townhouses you can visit. Since it’s not possible to visit the sets, we’ve shared the real locations that we think inspired the sets.

Many of them are open to the public (though there are a couple of exceptions), so read on to start planning your next Bridgerton trip itinerary!

20 Bridgerton Season 3 Filming Locations

Georgian Square

Old Royal Naval College Old Royal Naval College. Txllxt TxllxT, CC BY-SA 4.0 , via Wikimedia Commons
The elegant Georgian square location at the start of Bridgerton Season 3 is Greenwich Old Royal Naval College.

Last seen in Queen Charlotte: A Bridgerton Story, the Old Royal Naval College has appeared in everything from Cruella to Thor: the Dark World. This Bridgerton filming location is open to the public year-round – in fact, it’s been named Visit England’s Large Visitor Attraction of the Year.

You can stroll the paths and colonnades seen in Bridgerton on Netflix, or book tickets to the Painted Hall and Visitor Centre.

Bridgerton House

The Bridgerton family’s townhouse location scenes are filmed at the Ranger’s House in Greenwich, Halton House in Buckinghamshire, and on set.

This Georgian villa sits on the edge of Greenwich Park, and is cared for by English Heritage. It’s open to the public, so you can visit the Bridgerton house easily – though of course, the interiors don’t look as the appear onscreen. The Ranger’s House is now a museum dedicated to businessman Sir Julius Wernher’s 700-piece art collection.

Halton House is used for shots of the Bridgerton home’s entrance hall and staircase. It was once a Rothschild property like the nearby Waddesdon Manor, but it’s now an Officers’ Mess. As part of RAF Halton, you can’t visit this property easily – but keep an eye on open day events for an opportunity to tour it.

Featherington House

Royal Crescent Bath Royal Crescent Bath by Rod Allday, CC BY-SA 2.0 , via Wikimedia Commons
In Bridgerton Season 3 the Featherington family’s townhouse location is No 1 Royal Crescent, though interior shots were filmed elsewhere.

It’s easy to visit this authentic Regency townhouse in Bath, which is decorated in the style of the era - 1776-1796 to be exact, complete with immersive exhibits. The Featherington House location is open to the public throughout the year, but booking in advance is highly recommended.

And we think we’ve found the inspiration behind the Featherington house’s staircase at 33 Portland Place in Marylebone, which displays almost identical panelling. The stiarcase’s layout is similar too, the difference being the butterflies adorning the Featherington residence’s.

This grand property has hosted grand events and illicit ones since it was constructed in the 1770s by Robert Adam, and recently went on the market for £75 million (later falling to £65 million – so you could grab a bargain).

It’s out of most of our budgets, and it’s privately owned, however, a previous resident did let it out as a filming location over the years. You can see the real interior of 33 Portland Place in movies including The King’s Speech.

Full Moon Ball

Bridgerton Season 3’s Full Moon Ball scene was filmed at Osterley House, an 18th Century manor in Isleworth in Greater London. Constructed in the 1570s and renovated during the Georgian era, this stately home and its central courtyard make an imposing location for Episode 2’s showpiece.

It incongruously also made an appearance as Bono's house in TV series I'm Alan Partridge!

Osterley Park is also a National Trust property that’s open to fans for a Bridgerton filming location day out. Many of its Robert Adam interiors still survive (though some areas are closed to the public during conservation work).

Apart from the imposing house, visitors can walk the Tudor walled garden, Garden House and more. Plus there’s the Stables Café for the obligatory tea and treats.

Lady Tilley Arnold’s House

Basildon Park Basildon Park. GiacomoReturned, Public domain, via Wikimedia Commons
Lady Tilley Arnold’s house location in Bridgerton is Basildon Park, a Berkshire stately home.

Its Parterre and Garden Room previously appeared as part of the Featheringtons’ house, with a starring role in Season 2 Episode 8. In the 2024 season of Bridgerton, Basildon Park is the home of new character Lady Tilley Arnold.

Basildon Park is famous as a Pride and Prejudice filming location – which was filmed 20 years ago this year. And it’s also known as Lord Grantham’s London home in Downton Abbey. It’s a National Trust property, so anyone can book entry and members, you know what to do.

Lady Danbury’s House

Lady Danbury’s house location in Bridgerton Season 3 is the Holburne Museum in Bath. It’s appeared in Season 1 and 2 so far (with interiors built on set). Its stylish Regency entrance is seen at several points during the series, including the Four Seasons Ball at the start of the Ton’s season.

Fortunately for fans, the Holburne Museum is easy to visit – its art exhibitions are open to the public, and there’s even a café.

Lady Danbury’s Four Seasons Ball

The Stone Hall at Holkham The Stone Hall at Holkham by Tiger, CC BY-SA 2.0 , via Wikimedia Commons
We think The Four Seasons Ball was filmed on the set constructed for Lady Danbury’s house in Season 2 – but look out for the ballroom as GAYLE’s abcfu plays. It looks exceptionally similar to the Marble Hall at Holkham in Norfolk.

There’s a slight change to the curve of the first floor’s railings and the addition of Lady Danbury’s signature rose pink, but several distinctive features are replicated.

Holkham’s Marble Hall was inspired by the Pantheon and Temple of Fortuna Virilis, and its colonnade was carved from Staffordshire alabaster rather than marble – creating the distinctive effect.

It also features the same sweeping staircase, and classically inspired black and white design. While it’s not the location seen onscreen, you can visit Holkham on selected dates to compare the effect.

As for the ball’s elaborate decorations and floral garlands, they accentuate Lady Danbury’s four seasons theme through colour-coding.

“The visual had to be a very beautiful ombré effect, blending seamlessly through the color palettes,” she says. “We thought, ‘What would represent spring?’ So, for me it was lemon and pale pink and lime green — new shoots on plants and trees. Summer may be purples, blues, strong pinks. We all know the autumnal colors — browns, golds, and russets — and then winter, you’ve got frosty whites and red berries standing out.”
Alison Gartshore, Production Designer

Claydon House

Claydon House in Buckinghamshire. Just a short drive from a Bridgerton Season 1 location, Stowe, Claydon House is known for its South Lawn. These gardens are set out behind the house, and to the front you can find the courtyard and Phoenix Kitchen.

The Claydon Estate is the family home of the Verney family, who have owned Claydon for 550 years and lived there for four centuries. It’s also popular with 18th and 19th Century enthusiasts, including Oxford-based Regency romance fans, the Georgettes. They recently visited Claydon House to dress up and dance in its rooms.

Past visitors might remember that admission to the South Lawn was charged separately. It’s now included in the admission fee (and free to National Trust members) at the time of writing. But do check what’s open before planning your visit.

Kent House

Kingston Bagpuize House Kingston Bagpuize House (1) by David Hillas, CC BY-SA 2.0 , via Wikimedia Commons
The Kent Estate location in Bridgerton is Kingston Bagpuize in Oxfordshire, which Alice (Emma Naomi) and Will Mondrich (Martins Imhangbe) are seen arriving at in Season 3 Episode 1. As the Duke of Hastings’ friends step out of the carriage, their son is greeted as Lord Kent.

The Kent Estate filming location is one you can visit in real life. Check the calendar to find Kingston Bagpuize house and gardens open dates in spring, summer and autumn. It’s part of Historic Houses, so you can use your membership unless there’s a special event.

Palladian Bridge

We think the covered bridge location at the start of Bridgerton Season 3 at Wilton Park in Wiltshire. It previously appeared in Seasons 1 and 2, and sits in the grounds of Wilton House.

Squerryes Court

Squerryes Court Philip Talmage / Squerryes Court, Westerham, Kent
Bridgerton Season 3 Episode 1’s garden part scenes were filmed at Squerryes Court in Kent in August 2022. During the garden party, the Featheringtons meet Colin after his travels and Eloise (Claudia Jessie) befriends Cressida Cowper (Jessica Madsen).

Home to the Wardes for centuries, the family were present for filming and one member even crept onto the set:

“It was a fascinating experience to watch the Bridgerton team transform the garden into the set and we're looking forward to seeing those scenes once part one of the new series is released on May 16th. We'll be looking closely to see if our dog Inca appears in the final edit!”
Henry Warde

Bridgerton Series 3 garden party location was first set out in the 1700s, relandscaped thirty years later, storm-damaged and later restored. Today it’s a combination of Victorian, Edwardian and Georgian-era features - and there’s even a vineyard.

While you can’t visit the house, the garden opens to the public on occasional days and for wine experiences. You can also catch it in other TV series like another Regency costume drama, ITV’s Vanity Fair, as Miss Pinkerton’s Academy.

Covered Market

The market location in Bridgerton Season 3 is Greenwich’s Old Royal Naval College, alongside the route the carriages pass through in the opening scenes.

Look out for it in the early scenes of Season 3, decked out with market stalls among the colonnades. This area also appeared as the market location in Bridgerton Season 2.

Rotten Row

Windsor Great Park Windsor Great Park. Jraow, CC BY-SA 4.0 , via Wikimedia Commons
Bridgerton’s Rotten Row scenes were filmed in Windsor Great Park featuring in earlier seasons, with an update for Season 3. The real Rotten Row or Route de Roi (King’s Road) passes through Hyde Park to the south side.

It was once a hotspot for highwaymen by night, leading William III to install oil lamps and creating one of England’s earliest illuminated highways in the process. By the Bridgerton era, it had become a stylish spot to show off your latest fashions and mingle with society acquaintances.

And of course, located by one of London’s scenic parks, the real Rotten Row is very easy to visit.


The new Modiste filming location for Season 3 is London’s Woburn Walk in the Bloomsbury area, midway between King’s Cross and Euston. Genuine Regency shopfronts were given a makeover for the 2024 Netflix series, replacing previous exteriors in Bath and on set.

Interiors are still custom sets, however, to let the design team loose with some fabulous ideas for Genevieve Delacroix’s (Kathryn Drysdale) atelier.

Primrose Hill

Painshill Park Painshill Park. Amandajm, CC BY-SA 3.0 , via Wikimedia Commons
Bridgeton’s Primrose Hill scenes were filmed at another park location, Painshill landscape garden in Surrey. Set out in the 18th Century, it offers rolling vistas, lakeside walks and woodland to explore.

You can visit the Primrose Hill location from Bridgerton by booking in advance – and you can use your Historic Houses membership at Painshill, if you have one. With a tearoom, summer café and ice cream hut, it’s a tempting idea for a Bridgerton-themed day out.

Lord Hawkins’ House

New for Bridgerton Season 3, Lord Hawkins’ house location is Grimsthorpe Castle in Lincolnshire. The house is built around a quadrangle, with each of its four sides displaying a different design style from the house’s evolution.

You can visit Grimsthorpe Castle and its park and gardens on set days between March and October (check in advance before planning a trip).

The Innovations Ball

Grimsthorpe Castle Grimsthorpe Castle. Wehha, CC BY-SA 3.0 , via Wikimedia Commons
Bridgerton Season 3’s Innovations Ball location is Grimsthorpe Castle – the Bridgerton filming location for Lord Hawkins’ mansion. Filming took place in September and October 2022, with around 200 extras taking to the ballroom for the scene.

Following the hot air balloon drama, Cheap Thrills by Sia plays as Eloise and Colin arrive at the ball. Lady Bridgerton follows, pausing to talk with Lord Anderson on the way.

Centred around the hot air balloon escapade and inventor Lord Hawkins, the set is decorated with innovations of the era. Look out for details like lamps hidden around the ballroom.

Queen Charlotte’s Audience Room

Returning for a third season, Queen Charlotte’s (Golda Rosheuvel) audience room in Bridgerton is Wilton House’s Double Cube Room. This mansion and its imposing interiors are located near Salisbury in Wiltshire.

Wilton is a popular filming location that’s beloved by period dramas like The Crown and contemporary dramas set in the royal palaces, like Netflix’s Scoop. Home to the Earl and Countess of Pembroke, you can book a visit on one of Wilton House’s regular open days throughout the summer.

Queen Charlotte’s Library

The Bridgerton royal library location is Blenheim Palace’s Long Library, and Queen Charlotte is sitting near the real-life statue of Queen Anne. The Buckingham House library location was last seen in Queen Charlotte: A Bridgerton Story, which featured the Oxfordshire palace heavily.

You can visit Blenheim Palace easily - it’s open to the public on a ticketed basis on many dates throughout the year.

The Ballet Ball

Hampton Court Palace Hampton Court Palace. Ricardalovesmonuments, CC BY-SA 4.0 , via Wikimedia Commons
Queen Charlotte’s ballet-themed ball features Hampton Court Palace, returning after its Season 2 appearance. The centre of the ballroom is dressed with Greek temple ruins to set the scene for the ballet of Eros and Psyche. During the scene, we see Penelope debating her next move, while Alice finds a mentor in Lady Danbury.

Off the dancefloor, Queen Charlotte shows off the statement wig that caused controversy when it was previewed. The meaning behind the wig is many-layered, but partly inspired by the monarch’s technical ownership of the nation’s swans.

Hair and make-up lead Erika Ökvist created a clockwork mechanism to make the swans revolve, complete with a switch hidden within Queen Charlotte’s dress.

The Fullers’ House

The Fullers’ house in Bridgerton Season 3 is Wrest Park in Bedfordshire, a returning location that’s got a new role for the new series. Wrest Park’s orangery previously appeared as a feature of Aubrey Hall in Bridgerton Season 2.

This time round, we see more of the Grade I-listed 18th Century mansion. Built in the 19th Century, it was designed by the owner, Thomas de Grey, the first president of the Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) based on French architecture he had visited and researched.

Bridgerton fans can visit the Fullers’ house location easily, as it’s another English Heritage attraction that opens to the public.

If you’ve got a membership card, tickets are free. You can book a trip to Wrest Park and its pavilions, parterres and orangery on plenty of dates throughout the year.

The Church

Greenwich Chapel Greenwich Chapel. Txllxt TxllxT, CC BY-SA 4.0 , via Wikimedia Commons
The Bridgerton church location is Greenwich Old Royal Naval College’s Chapel. In Season 3 Episode 4, Minister Hughes (James Duke) reads the banns for Colin Bridgerton and Penelope Featherington, as well as Lord Charles Cho (Caleb Obediah) and Emma Kenworthy (Sesley Hope).

Designed by Sir Christopher Wren and later rebuilt after a fire, the Chapel’s decor showcases plenty of Regency signature touches, like the blue and white plasterwork inspired by Wedgwood.

And if you’re wondering, the vast painting visible behind the pulpit was painted by American artist Benjamin West - a favourite of King George III. The historic chapel seen in Bridgerton is open to the public.