Walk in the footsteps of the Bridgerton family as you explore the real-life locations in Buckinghamshire of Netflix's regency romance.

We have been eagerly waiting to return to the Ton since the popular period drama dropped in December 2020.

Now that we have been reunited with Lady Whistledown and her readers are, we are searching for a way to bring Bridgerton's unique brand of escapism to life.

Whether you're planning a road trip to check out your favourite spots from the show or you want to make the magic of the second series last a little longer, here are the filming locations featured on your doorstep.

Bucks Free Press: Lady Danbury and Kate Sharma in Bridgerton series two. Credit: Liam Daniel/ NetflixLady Danbury and Kate Sharma in Bridgerton series two. Credit: Liam Daniel/ Netflix

Where was Bridgerton going to be filmed?

Originally, there were plans for an entire set to be built on Sunninghill Estate in Berkshire. 

The production would include a London street with houses and shops, according to Condé Nast Traveller.

However, permission to build the set was refused since the construction would be in place for five years and three seasons.

Bridgerton filming locations in Buckinghamshire

West Wycombe Park 

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West Wycombe Park was spotted in teaser material for series two ahead of the show's release on March 25.

It doubled for the Royal Ascot polo ground that included this season's main love interests Anthony Bridgerton (Jonathan Bailey) and the formidable Kate Sharma ( Simone Ashley).

It is also not the first time it has been used in popular TV series and does in fact feature in Downton Abbey and the 2017 TV adaptation of Howard’s End. 

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Dorney Court

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Fans of the Regency rollercoaster may have spotted Dorney Court during the first season of Bridgerton. 

The 15th century Tudor mansion, which Tripadvisor says is temporarily closed until further notice, was used to film a very memorable scene in the first instalment.

The mansion was used as the Coaching Inn where Daphne Bridgerton (Phoebe Dynevor) and the dashing Duke of Hastings (Regé-Jean Page) spent their wedding night.

Stowe Park 

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Stowe Park in Buckinghamshire also features in the period drama and we can't think of a better place to promenade for suitors or mull over Lady Whisteldown's most recent gossip.

The gardens at Stowe are looked after by the National Trust and continue to inspire writers, artists, philosophers from the 18th century into the present day.

The trust began restoring the park in the 1980s so that we can continue to enjoy over 40 temples and monuments, trails and walks both in person and in film.

During the series, Stowe Park doubles as Vauxhall Pleasure Gardens in London where the lords and ladies of the Ton meet each other and share the notorious gossip columnist's latest musings.