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Our most recommended South West England TV & Movie Tours

Bath: 2-Hour Bridgerton Experience Walking Tour

1. Bath: 2-Hour Bridgerton Experience Walking Tour

Explore the locations, scenes and the story of the Netflix adaption of Julia Quinn's bestselling novel 'Bridgerton' with a Blue Badge certified guide. Visit the series' major locations of both seasons 1 and 2, and get a further insight into the society and life of the aristocracy in the early 1800s. Start your tour in the Abbey Churchyard. Find yourself digging deep into your Bridgerton knowledge in an attempt to link the real-life locations to the scenes and events of the show. Feel free to ask your guide any questions you may have about the series or locations visited. See the exteriors of the homes of the overly ambitious Featheringtons and the cunning but likable Lady Danbury, the Modiste dressmakers, the quaint Gunter's Tea Shop, and of course the world-famous Royal Crescent for the perfect photo opportunity. During your tour, learn about the history of the featured buildings and locations and learn just how accurate Bridgerton's portrayal of life in Regency England really was. Hear behind-the-scenes snippets from filming and spot the locations of other well-known films and TV shows shot in Bath. End at the Holburne Museum, also known as Lady Danbury's house. After all, that walking, relax with a cup of tea or coffee and a cake in the café and explore the museum or discover Sydney Gardens.

From Bath: Private Trip to Bowood House, Castle Combe & more

2. From Bath: Private Trip to Bowood House, Castle Combe & more

The day begins in Castle Combe, which is surely one of the most photographed villages in all of England. Little has changed here since the 15th century - no street lights or TV aerials. This mediaeval gem is famous for its picturesque cottages and babbling brook. Nestled in a wooded Cotswold valley, Castle Combe has been a favourite Hollywood filming location over the years for movies including War Horse, Stardust and Doctor Dolittle. The tour continues further into the heart of Wiltshire and onto Bowood House & Gardens. This delightful 18th century Georgian country house is famous for its sumptuous Robert Adam interiors and iconic landscaped gardens designed by Lancelot “Capability” Brown. This is your chance to share in the English dream - Bowood is one of England's premier stately homes and has been privately owned by the Lansdowne family since 1754. Enjoy a delicious lunch in either the Stables Restaurant or the Treehouse Cafe. Thereafter, your journey continues to the quintessential English village of Lacock, which dates back to the 13th century and where cars are the only sign of modern-day life. Little wonder that it has also been used as a filming location for Downton Abbey, Harry Potter and several BBC productions including Pride and Prejudice. The ancient Abbey boasts a fascinating history and a small museum that celebrates the invention of the photographic negative by William Henry Fox Talbot in 1839. Alternatively, get lost in the timeless side streets, buy some home-made honey or jam from outside locals' honesty shops, or step into one of the village pubs to sample a refreshing pint of local ale. Journey back to the delightful Georgian City of Bath at the end of this memorable day, where you will either be dropped off at your accommodation or in the centre of town.

Doc Martin Tour

3. Doc Martin Tour

If you’re a fan of the TV show Doc Martin, this fully guided walking tour will take you around the fictional Cornish seaside village of Portwenn. In reality, it is filmed on location in Port Isaac, a small and picturesque fishing village on the Atlantic coast of north Cornwall. Now in its seventh series and popular with fans around the world, this Doc Martin tour is the best way to see the main locations from the show which first aired in 2004. The walking tour is led by a local who has been involved in the filming of Doc Martin itself as an extra and shares many anecdotes about the filming of this show.  Locations from the show that you will see include the Doc’s house and surgery, Louisa’s school, Mrs Tishell’s pharmacy and much more. However, the village itself has a long and fascinating history dating back to King Henry VIII and your guide will show you hidden village paths, historical buildings, beautiful views and give you an insight into local life. There will be plenty of photo opportunities along the way. 

Bath: Bridgerton Sights & Music Tour

4. Bath: Bridgerton Sights & Music Tour

Join an exciting tour of Bath with Bridgerton’s iconic filming locations. Stroll down the colonnades as high-tech headphones serenade you with music from the show, fans, and around Bath. Learn about the fascinating way of regency life, while walking through the city with your expert guides. Imagine yourself as the diamond of the season as you visit Bath’s major landmarks of the Royal Crescent, Pulteney Bridge, and The Holburne Museum. Hear the latest behind-the-scenes gossip and movie know-how from a true Bridgerton fan.

Bath: Bridgerton Filming Locations Walking Tour

5. Bath: Bridgerton Filming Locations Walking Tour

Discover the wonders of Bath on this ‘Bridgerton’ themed walking tour. With a local guide, wander through the city’s impressive Georgian streets and see the filming locations of the hit TV show, including the Featherington house, the Modiste Dress Shop, and Lady Danbury’s mansion. Along the way, soak up the stunning architecture of Bath’s most picturesque crescents, theaters, and squares. Highlights of the tour include the Guildhall, Bath Assembly Rooms, Royal Crescent, Bath Street, Abbey Green, the Holburne, and more. Throughout the tour, learn about each of the locations, their history, and the part they had to play in ‘Bridgerton’.

From London: Bridgerton Film Locations Tour in Bath

6. From London: Bridgerton Film Locations Tour in Bath

Depart London on an air-conditioned coach or minibus and head to the charming city of Bath. Along the way, listen to commentary provided by your friendly and knowledgeable tour guide.  Upon arrival in Bath, enjoy a 1.5 hour walking tour of the city’s highlights and landmarks. Discover the locations used to film the hit TV series ‘Bridgerton’, and learn about Bath’s distinctive and well-preserved Georgian architecture. After the tour, enjoy some free time to explore the city at your own pace, or grab lunch at a local pub, cafe, or restaurant. Later, leave Bath and travel to the scenic Wilton House, the countryside estate of the Earl of Pembroke. See yet more of the sets used to film ‘Bridgerton’, and explore the estate’s lavish interior and sprawling grounds. There’s also time for afternoon tea at the on-site cafe, if you wish. At the end of an epic day, take part in a ‘Bridgerton’ themed quiz on the return journey to London.

Gloucester and Lacock Harry Potter Day Tour

7. Gloucester and Lacock Harry Potter Day Tour

The Harry Potter Tour of Gloucester and Lacock is a magical adventure to some of England's most historic places and scenic countryside. See filming locations, including sites used in actual scenes from Hogwarts School, or which served as an inspiration to the film makers. On the Harry Potter tour, experience one of the most beautiful villages in England and get a guided tour around the ancient streets and its local abbey. Stretch your legs and soak up the history of this picturesque village before a visit to the cathedral city of the Cotswolds, for a chance to visit the magnificent cathedral which doubled as Hogwarts School. Learn how the films were made, discuss the books and hear trivia about the magical world of Harry Potter. Have the chance to walk around the locations you visit, take pictures and re-create some of the scenes from the films.  Feel free to dress up as Harry or any other character in the series! On the tour, Harry Potter trivia questions will be asked, so keep your spell book handy to test your knowledge of spells and see how well you know Harry, Ron and Hermione. 

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What people are saying about South West England

Jim was absolutely brilliant, we had a truly lovely time. He went out of his way to engage everyone in the tour, he was very personable and just a lot of fun to tour with. The experience was so much fun if you’re a Bridgeton fan, And if not you should be. Thank you!

It was lovely, we learned so much and had fun. I would had missed several spots if not with a guide. We also learned about Bath history in general. The group was small and our guide very knowledgable.

Really great Bridgeton tour and much more informative than I imagined. Some great spots with interesting facts about the architecture as well as the filming behind it.

We really enjoyed our guide. I loved the history of Bath, the buildings and of course the locations where Bridgerton were filmed.

A brilliant tour! Phil has a wealth of knowledge and passion for the city and I would highly recommend