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A mini-break that whisks you around England for a Bridgerton-inspired, mini Social Season of 1800-era tea parties, palaces, pubs and filming locations.
|4 days||Coach||Twin shared hotel|
The essential society events, worthy of getting you noticed by Lady Whistledown.
See 19+ of Bridgerton’s most stunning filming locations across the UK.
Indulge your inner Duke or Duchess with high teas, dinners and drinks at historic 1800s hotspots throughout London and Bath.
Explore English palaces and cultural sites, learning about both their real-life and Bridgerton-inspired historical significance.
Day 1: Arrive London
Welcome to London, as your Bridgerton-inspired Social Season commences! Ready to make your debut? After meeting your fellow travellers, it’s time to see and be seen. Join your new social circle on a jaunt around London, seeing all the legendary city highlights and some fab Bridgerton filming locations along the way. Finish your whirlwind debut and catch up on all the day’s gossip with a proper English dinner, followed by drinks in a real Victorian-era pub.
Day 2: London including Greenwich
Another day, another chance to delve into the 1800s high society life of London and Greenwich. Today, you can truly channel your inner Daphne with a visit to the stunning Bridgerton Residence. Visit more of the show’s historic filming locations, including posh Victorian homes and lush rose gardens. Debate your favourite Bridgerton power couples, as you attend an authentic British high tea, fit for the Queen. This evening enjoy a show that rivals Siena’s talents, at the same opera house used in the series. End your night of culture and join the who’s who of London for drinks at the city’s oldest wine bar.
Day 3: London to Bath via Hampton Court Palace
Put on your most Bridgerton-inspired ensemble for a big day of exploring and IG-worthy stops! Start with a tour of the real palace used as the filming location for Queen Charlotte’s residence, then on to Bath; the actual filming location for so many of Bridgerton’s best scenes. Tour the city with a local insider, who’s ready to spill the tea on all of Bath’s best sites and filming spots. Stunning ballrooms, the Featherington House, Modiste’s Dress Shop – it’s all yours to explore in Bath. Enjoy another high tea and end your day at a historic pub in town.
Day 4: Bath to London via Wilton House
Sigh, it’s the last day of your Bridgerton-inspired Social Season, so you better make the very most of it! Spend your morning exploring Bath, then, pray for a rainstorm as you explore the filming location for Hastings House. Seek sage advice from the halls that housed Lady Danbury, and picnic and promenade in the same parks where your favourite characters socialized in Surrey. As your day ends and you bid your new Bridgerton-loving social circle farewell, return to London for your trip home; by plane, horse-drawn carriage, or train.