Culture vulture

Beverley Minster

See where Victoria was filmed in England

by Louie.kenyoncrockett

September 30 2016 in Culture vulture

England has long been used for filming locations, telling stories of regency romance and medieval drama. As the series comes to a close, explore the places where ITV’s Victoria was filmed, and relive your favourite scenes. Find more filming locations in…

The grand honey-coloured columned entrance of Blenheim Palace

England on screen: autumn film locations

by KatieRowe

October 19 2015 in Culture vulture

Walk in the footsteps of Meryl Streep, Daniel Craig, James McAvoy and many others with a set-jetting break that takes in a world-famous castle, historical gardens and England’s answer to the Sistine Chapel.

Poldark country: Bodmin Moor in Cornwall

Where is Poldark filmed?

by KatieRowe

April 13 2015 in Culture vulture

The BBC’s eagerly awaited remake of Poldark has a new generation of fans swooning over Cornwall’s sweeping landscapes (not to mention the rugged good looks of the eponymous leading man). Here, Alex Williams suggests set-jetting to Poldark’s hauntingly…

Coppelia Ballet

Ballet, food fests and Sting!

by KatieRowe

February 20 2015 in Culture vulture

In September the titans of world rugby will be battling it out on pitches across the country as Rugby World Cup 2015 plays out in England, but don't wait until then for a city break! Here, Katie Rowe suggests getting ahead of the game, visiting some of the…

Penshurst Place in Kent

The real Wolf Hall

by KatieRowe

January 21 2015 in Culture vulture

England really is the place to experience the pomp and majesty of the Tudor court. Here, Alex Williams round up six of our favourite film locations for Wolf Hall, BBC2’s new six-part period drama adapted from Hilary Mantel’s award-winning novels. 

Pages

Latest Twitter updates

Latest Facebook updates

Close

Customer survey …

VisitEngland would like to invite you to take part in a short survey about our website.

It should take no more than a couple of minutes.

Please click here to be taken to the survey

Close

To add items to favourites …

… you need to be logged in.

If you already have an account, log in.

Or register a

Access your account

Enter your e-mail address.
Enter the password that accompanies your e-mail.
Forgot your password? Recover your account
Don't have an account? Register an account