You can take a Bridgerton-themed tour of London and Bath this year

Laura Hampson
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Bridgerton was filmed in various locations around London and Bath (Netflix)
Bridgerton was filmed in various locations around London and Bath (Netflix)

Bridgerton is the Netflix show that rebooted period drama. After dropping on the streaming service on Christmas Day last year, Netflix reported that the Regency-set confection was viewed by an incredible 63 million households worldwide in its first month.

With seasons two, three and four already confirmed, keen viewers can now book a Bridgerton-themed trip around London and Bath this summer.

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The four-day experience is being offered by tour company Contiki for a cool £765 per person. Those on the trip will be able to explore some of Bridgerton's real-life locations and wine and dine like the Bridgerton siblings themselves.

Starting in London, guests will spend two nights at the (fittingly aristocratic) five-star hotel The Rubens at the Palace, which overlooks the Royal Mews of Buckingham Palace.

Bridgerton (Credit: Netflix)
A visit to the Bridgerton family residence in Greenwich will be included (Netflix)

The first day will be spent touring Bridgerton filming locations in London, including Queen Charlotte’s residence, Anthony and Simon’s private men’s club and the real Grosvenor Square, before having dinner in a Victorian-era pub.

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Day two will see guests visit the Bridgerton residence in Greenwich, before returning to the hotel for high tea. They will have the option later that evening to visit the Grade II-listed Hackney Empire theatre, used as the Bridgerton opera house filming location, before drinks at London’s oldest wine bar, Gordon’s.

After a visit to Hampton Court Palace on the morning of day three, guests will transfer to Bath for a walking tour of the filming locations here, such as Featherington House and Modiste’s Dress Shop, plus a stop at the Sally Lunn Bun Shop for a famous original-recipe Bath bun. 

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Drinks that night will be at The Old Mill Hotel on the banks of the River Avon. Day four is all about exploring Bath, visiting Wilton House and Painshill Park before returning to London.

In total, there's 11 different experiences included in the three-night trip which Contiki says will leave guests "swooning". We'll race you to the carriage.

The trips will begin from 16 September this year. To book, visit

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