Bridgerton Walking Tour of Filming Locations & Storylines in Bath

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This is a BRIDGERTON film location tour from me, a long standing guide in Bath with 25 years of experience. We will see all of the following plus so much more. # Lady Danbury's house - The Duke in residence # The Featheringtons' abode # The Gunter's tea shop # Lady Dee's Hat Emporium # Modiste's dress shop # Siena's dwelling # The Market We promenade the cobbled streets of Bath cleverly disguised as Grosvenor Square London unfolding the story of BRIDGERTON with references to all the other locations used to bring the wonderful Regency story to life. I will include actual historical anecdotes to enhance this (Bath has been used for Jane Austen productions, Sherlock & Vanity Fair to mention some others). My tour guide delivery will be upbeat and entertaining, not just facts, hopefully to make your engaging and fun. Many photo stops will be possible during the tour as I fully explain the locations and where they appeared in BRIDGERTON

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Operated by: PAUL ELLIOTT

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Pass By: Bath

The film locations in Bath where it is used as Grosvenor Square in London in the filming of the period drama BRIDGERTON and the back story of each location in the production. We see Danbury House, The Duke's London residence. The Featheringtons' abode Modiste's dress shop Lady Dee's Hat Emporium Gunter's Tea Shop Siena's house The Market Square We explore the cobbled streets of Bath cleverly use to bring this drama to life. How they were used and cut into other locations in England to make this seamless production. Explanation on the other locations will be unfolded. The relevant history of the Georgian/Regency period with be explained to give the back story. I was actually in Bath during the filming and saw much of this happening whilst conducting my own guided tours We do not enter buildings on this tour and to be fair the outsides used are not normally the same as the interiors in the final production.
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