The Real-Life 'Bridgerton' Wedding Venues You Need To Visit

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Anybody looking to say 'I do' in the near future could do far worse than doing so in any of the venues used in the filming of Netflix's Bridgerton.

As well as drawing inspiration from the series' stable of to-die-for wedding dresses, the three series of the Shonda Rhimes-produced show are full of locations across the UK that would serve as the ultimate backdrop for a Regency-inspired wedding.


Don't just take our word for it, these are just a few of the venues that Bridgerton weddings have been filmed in (and are available and open for the public to book too). You're welcome.

The Privy Garden

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The Privy Garden, which is set in the grounds of Hampton Court Palace in East Moseley, not only served as the backdrop of Queen Charlotte's (Golda Rosheuvel) palace, but was also used as one of the locations for Anthony Bridgerton (Jonathan Bailey) and Edwina Sharma (Charithra Chandran) big day too, although true fans will know that not everything is always as it seems...

Claydon House

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As Penelope Featherington (Nicola Coughlan) prepares to marry Colin Bridgerton (Luke Newton), the two are filmed in a flower-filled, sorbet-toned room in the fictional Featherington's home. The real-life house in question is, in fact, Claydon House, an 18th-century home in Buckinghamshire, which was frequented by Florence Nightingale.

Halton House

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Hark back to the first season of Bridgerton and you'll remember the frankly unforgettable wedding reception of Daphne Bridgerton (Phoebe Dynevor) and the Duke of Hastings (Regé-Jean Page). The event was filmed in Alfred de Rothschild's former French Renaissance-inspired home, Halton House in Buckinghamshire. The venue was also used as a backdrop for several episodes featuring the Sharma family in series two.

St. James' Church

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Before the gut-wrenching plot twist of series two that nobody saw coming, Anthony and his very-nearly bride Edwina are pictured in a beautifully sun-dappled church. The place of worship in question is none other than St. James' Church in Piccadilly, which was built by renowned architect, Sir Christopher Wren in 1684.

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