Our places on TV and in films
Discover more about how the places we care for have provided a dramatic backdrop to countless films and TV shows.
Petworth has a third painting by the Italian artist Titian thanks to an episode of Britain's Lost Masterpieces. Take a look how presenters Bendor Grosvenor and Emma Dabiri reached the decision following x-ray and infrared techniques.
One hundred years on from the end of the First World War, Tredegar house in Wales was the film location for the latest adaptation of Journey's End, which was released in February 2018.
Ever wondered where the windswept cliff scenes in Poldark were filmed? Or whether you can visit the secret coves and mines of the hit BBC adaptation of Winston Graham's novels? Here's the inside knowledge on where to go and see the locations for yourself.
A host of iconic places we look after in Northern Ireland featured in Dracula Untold, one of the biggest films of 2014. Discover the locations used, including Giant’s Causeway, Mount Stewart and Divis and the Black Mountain.
Ham House in London hits the big screen in Anna Karenina, the latest adaptation of Leo Tolstoys classic tale of love and adultery set against the backdrop of Russian high society.
Come and explore the Enchanted Forest from Disney's latest movie, Maleficent. Our estate at Ashridge played host to Angelina Jolie's character in the film.
The Ashridge Estate served as a backdrop for several scenes in this 2012 blockbuster, including one which required a large amount of fake snow.
All the juicy details for Winterfell Festival 2018
Celebrate red carpet season by exploring the show-stopping places that have featured in award-winning or nominated film and TV.
A wide range of architecture programmes, fashion shoots and period dramas have been shot at The Homewood over the last few years. Take a look at our list and see what you might recognise.
County Down is also known as Winterfell, the home of the Stark family. Although the fictional castle was burned down in series two, Castle Ward has been feeling the Game of Thrones effect ever since.
Lacock Abbey stars in 'The Hollow Crown: The Wars of the Roses' alongside Benedict Cumberbatch and Dame Judi Dench.
In 2016 we celebrated the release of the Swallows and Amazons film, as our places provided a backdrop for many of the scenes.
Discover which of our special places were used as film locations in Julian Fellowes' production of 'Dr Thorne', adapted from the 1858 novel by Anthony Trollope.
Henrhyd falls in South Wales was used as the Batcave in the Batman movie The Dark Knight Rises.
Some well known features found in our gardens proved picture-perfect inspiration for Disney’s latest live-action film, Cinderella.
Lacock is a famous filming location and its appearances include Harry Potter, Wolf Hall and Pride and Prejudice. Look out for the Abbey in Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald.