Live Like A Bridgerton: Take A Virtual Tour Of Some Of England’s Most Famous Residences

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Kat Harlton

Dear readers, If you’ve recently binged all of Bridgerton and are ready to bring it to life, then we highly suggest a virtual tour of one of these opulent residences listed below.

Buckingham Palace

Real-life royals were transitioning the residence from Buckingham House to Buckingham Palace in the early 19th century, so you may have noticed that King George III and Queen Charlotte’s home was undergoing renovations in Season One.

You can take a virtual tour of the Buckingham Palace State Rooms HERE.

Bonus: you get to see some stunning fashion at the same time! The palace held a reception to celebrate and showcase designs, designers and artisans from across the Commonwealth’s 53 countries. The reception was held in February 2018, during London Fashion Week to celebrate the inaugural Commonwealth Fashion Exchange.

Chatsworth House

Although not used in the filming of Bridgerton, Chatsworth House existed during this period, and is one of the UK’s most stately homes. It has been used in similar period films such as Pride and Prejudice and The Duchess.

You can take a virtual tour HERE.

Windsor Castle

Bridgerton is set in the Regency era, which was a period at the end of the Georgian era when King George III was deemed unfit to rule due to his illness, and his son ruled as his proxy, as prince regent. According to Wikipedia, after suffering relapses in 1801 and 1804, King George III’s condition became enduring from 1810 onwards and he was confined in the State Apartments of Windsor Castle.

Windsor Castle is also one of the many residences used by the current Queen Elizabeth II and her family.

You can take a virtual tour HERE.

Lancaster House

According to House Beautiful Lancaster House was used for some interior shots of Queen Charlotte’s palace in Bridgerton. Lancaster House has been extensively used as a filming location and has stood in for Buckingham Palace numerous times in film and television. It’s been used for The Young Victoria, The King’s Speech and The Crown to name a few. Construction of the house commenced in 1825 for the Duke of York and Albany, the second son of King George III, and was initially known as York House.

You can take a virtual your HERE.

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