For film and TV lovers
Cobbled streets, rolling hills and Tudor mansions that we care for have been backdrops to countless film and TV shows. Featuring in costume dramas, fantasy worlds and fairy tales, you'll have seen stars performing dramatic scenes in many of our houses, castles and landscapes.
Browse all our articles on the role our places have played in countless film and TV productions over the years.
If you’re hoping for some nostalgic festive T.V. this Christmas, then look no further than BBC One’s new two-part adaptation of Worzel Gummidge.
Christmas is just around the corner. The days are getting colder and colder making it the perfect time to wrap up warm and explore Rowallane Garden. Come along and discover a range of festive activities we have to offer the whole family this season.
Appropriate for the birthplace of photography, Lacock is no stranger to the screen. Both the abbey and village are instantly recognisable from a variety of film and television productions, including Harry Potter, Wolf Hall, Cranford, Downton Abbey and Pride and Prejudice.
Halloween is over, half term is gone. The days have got shorter and the supermarkets have been well stocked with Christmas goodies for months. At Rowallane Garden the time has come to start getting into the festive spirit. After all, Christmas is just around the corner! There's nothing better than a good old Christmas film to get you feeling festive.
The new Downton Abbey movie is in cinemas from 13th September 2019. Find out how the picturesque streets of Lacock in Wiltshire were transformed into a bustling film set, standing in for the village of Downton as it celebrates a royal visit.
This September, Frensham Little Pond will play host to an exciting filming project; film crews will be on site from Monday 9 September until Saturday 21 September. There will be access restrictions to the Long Beach area for this time.
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