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See where Victoria was filmed in England

by Louie.kenyoncrockett

Category: Culture vulture
September 30 2016

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.

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Harewood House

Harewood House Italian GardensHarewood House Italian Gardens © VisitEngland

Harewood plans to add a costume collection from Victoria after having been used as one of the production’s key locations. Wander the State Floor, used as a stand in for Buckingham Palace, and walk in the footsteps of Jenna Coleman.

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Castle Howard

Castle Howard GardensCastle Howard Gardens © Mike Kipling Photography

Stand in the Long Gallery of Castle Howard where a young Victoria ascended and first addresses her Lords, or walk through the bedrooms that the princess shared with her mother.

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Beverley Minster

Beverely MinsterBeverely Minster © Diana Jarvis

Used as the face of Westminster Cathedral, Bevereley Minster is the regal setting for Victoria’s coronation scene. Follow in Royal footsteps on  route to the altar, and just imagine the hundreds of local residents who performed as extras!

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Whitby Harbour

Whitby AbbeyWhitby Abbey © James McCormick

To immerse yourself in the daily life of a Victorian, head to the streets and harbour of Whitby, which provided the backdrop of bustling towns in the ITV production, and many period productions use the town’s horses and carriages.

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Newby Hall

Newby HallNewby Hall © Joanna Henderson

The perfect place for hatching plans for the dramas of Victorian society, Newby Hall was transformed into gentleman’s club Brooks, where Lord Melbourne and the Duke of Wellington have deep discussions.

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