This new Bridgerton Locations Tour is just what you need to transport yourself back in time

Are you ready for the Bridgerton experience?

Rege-Jean Page, Phoebe Dynevor, Shock and Delight, (Season 1, ep. 102, aired Dec. 25, 2020)
(Image credit: photo: Liam Daniel / ©Netflix / Courtesy Everett Collection via Alamy)

The idea of a Bridgerton locations tour might have never sounded more dreamy if you’ve just finished catching up on - or even re-watching - the hit period drama. Based on Julia Quinn’s bestselling Bridgerton books, the show has taken the world by storm since its Christmas Day debut on Netflix. And with a Bridgerton Season 2 now confirmed, fans will hopefully not have to wait too long to get the next instalment of romance, intrigue and some pretty fabulous costumes. 

But for those who want to experience the drama, beauty and history of the Bridgerton filming locations in real-life, a new Bridgerton Locations Tour might just help you fulfill your Bridgerton dreams later on this year.  

What is the Bridgerton Locations Tour?

The GO-tours small-group Bridgerton locations tour from London will allow visitors to spend a relaxing day, fully immersed in the early 19th century and the glamour of the Regency-era in England. The tour will take visitors away from the capital to the city of Bath, as well as Wiltshire, allowing plenty of time for everyone to spend a full day exploring some of Bridgerton’s most iconic filming locations.

Where will you visit on the Bridgerton Locations Tour?

The journey will begin by departing London and traveling through the stunning countryside of the North Wessex Downs, before heading straight for the historic city of Bath. Whilst Netflix’s Bridgerton is set in Regency-era London, it was in this beautiful city that a lot of memorable scenes in the show were actually filmed. 

Strolling around Bath, the real-life locations of the Featheringtons’ House, Lady Danbury’s Residence, and much more are just waiting to be discovered.

Those who prefer some group guidance will be welcome to join on a walking tour of the city, but if you think a little independent exploring is best for you, then why not venture around beautiful Bath on your own before having some lunch?

In the afternoon, the Bridgerton Locations Tour will move away from the city and into the stunning countryside of Somerset and Wiltshire, heading for a particularly glamorous destination. Fans of the Duke of Hastings’ majestic residence will be thrilled to visit the country home that stood in for it in the show - Wilton House. 

Home to the Earl and Countess of Pembroke in real life, some dedicated fans might even recognize it from a variety of other Bridgerton scenes too. With time to take in the house and grounds, it’s all too easy to forget that you’re not actually a part of Bridgerton!

Bridgerton Locations Tour Transport

Tours will include minibus transportation and will be led by a friendly Driver-Guide. Small-groups are guaranteed, meaning small group numbers, a friendly experience and allowing more time for exploring the magical Bridgerton locations. Social distancing, protective wear and hygiene measures will apply to this tour and prices start from $62.04-103.39 (£45-75) per person. Booking is open now for later in the year. 

Who could imagine a better surprise for the Bridgerton fans in your life to look forward to?

Emma Shacklock

Emma is a Senior Lifestyle Writer with five years experience working in digital publishing, ranging from book publishing to magazines. She currently looks after all things Lifestyle for Woman&Home, GoodToKnow and My Imperfect Life.

Before she joined Future Publishing, Emma graduated from the University of Warwick with a Bachelor of Arts degree in English and Comparative Literary Studies. After leaving education, she started out her publishing career in the world of books, working as a Publisher for an independent digital publisher specializing in back-list and debut commercial fiction novels. With a huge book list and a passion for bringing the best stories to the broadest audience possible, Emma filled her spare time with reading the latest best-sellers and catching up on hit adaptations.

In 2017 she joined TI Media as a fiction writing coordinator on Woman’s Weekly and Woman’s Weekly Fiction as part of the features team. From here, she used her love of books, working to bring short stories to our dedicated readers and began writing for the books pages of Woman, Woman’s Own and Woman&Home, as well as online features ranging from genre round-ups to travel pieces for

After honing her skills, Emma branched out online in 2020 when Future gave her the opportunity to focus on digital-first. When she’s not writing about the next big lifestyle trend, she enjoys cooking, long walks and watching as many crime dramas as she can!