Other films featuring our places
Lacock Abbey served as a key location for several Harry Potter films. The cloisters stood in for exterior shots of Hogwarts, and one room doubled as Professor Snape's Potions classroom.
Kedleston Hall stood in as a location for the Duchess, including the scene in which Georgiana Cavendish's hair catches fire.
Lacock Abbey and Great Chalfield Manor in Wiltshire both provided locations for the filming of Tudor drama The Other Boleyn Girl, with more scenes shot at Knole in Kent
Based on Noël Coward's play of the same name, this romantic comedy shot some of its scenes on the Wimpole Estate in Cambridgeshire
Beatrix Potter was a strong supporter of the National Trust, so it was fitting that this biographical film should be filmed at the places where she lived and worked, now cared for by us.
Basildon Park was used to represent Netherfield Park (home of Mr Bingley) in the 2005 adaptation of Pride and Prejudice, starring Keira Knightley and Matthew Macfadyen
Charlecote Park provided the backdrop for some scenes of this film, in which Johnny Depp stars as the debauched Earl of Rochester.