Explore Britain’s famous film locations
The UK has long been a place of pilgrimage for the silver screen, with many of the most iconic places and landscapes in cinema finding stand-ins among Britain’s scenic views, historic buildings and bustling cities.
TV and film are in Britain’s blood, but there are some places that are so iconic that you can’t fail to be carried away to the fictional location when you visit them.
So where are Britain’s most famous film stand-ins, and what are they like?
Let’s take a look..
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Monty Python and the Holy Grail, 1975.
Doune Castle is a brooding medieval fortress in the heart of Scotland.
The Harry Potter Experience
Harry Potter, 2001 – 2011
While the Harry Potter film series made use of many locations across its native UK, easily the highest concentration of them are to be found in London
Game of Thrones
Game of Thrones, 2011 – 2019
Northern Ireland was front and centre of the Game of Thrones craze as home to many of the series’ major filming locations, none more so than Winterfell
Downton Abbey, 2010 – 2019
One of the most famous grand houses in the world, Highclere Castle, was actually in serious disrepair when it became better known as Downton Abbey.