Historic Cotswolds venue named Bridgerton season three's most Instagrammable filming location

Arguably one of the Cotswolds' most popular tourist attractions, Blenheim Palace has been crowned Bridgerton season three's most Instagrammable filming location.

By Zoe Gater  |  Published
Blenheim Palace has been crowned the diamond of Bridgerton, being named season three's most Instagrammable filming location.

Dearest reader, Blenheim Palace in the Cotswolds has been named Bridgerton season three's most Instagrammable filming location. 

The historic palace in Woodstock, just over the border in Oxfordshire, has been recognised as the diamond of the season, coming out on top in a new study conducted by QR Code Generator, with an outstanding 201,951 posts featuring its hashtag on Instagram.

Birthplace and ancestral home of Sir Winston Churchill, as well as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, this venue first appeared as Buckingham House in Netflix's Bridgerton spinoff, Queen Charlotte.

It makes its official Bridgerton debut appearing on the series for the first time this season, with its English Baroque architecture and stonework making for an opulent Regency setting for the Hawkins Hot Air Balloon Event.

Marc Porcar, CEO of QR Code Generator, said: 'Bridgerton showcases some of the country’s most beautiful historic buildings, which are clearly popular among tourists, those local to the spot and fans of the show.

'This list of the most ‘Instagrammable’ destinations may inspire your next sight-seeing trip or help you discover where your favourite scenes are filmed in the show, with some being right on your doorstep perhaps.'

Bringing together high society, seduction and scandal, Bridgerton season three, part two airs on Netflix on Thursday 13 June 2024 at 8am.

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