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Britain on Film

There are a wealth of film and TV locations across Britain and many of them are open to visitors and are within reach of our ports. A visit to a picture-perfect castle or glorious stately home can allow guests to enter the world of the lm or TV series and step in the footsteps of the stars. Plus, there are sweeping landscapes that are strangely familiar on a first time visit; cityscape and town streets; ancient dockyards, abbeys and churches; parklands and gardens.

Our listing is just an introduction to the world of British locations and further information can be obtained from the ports or from the shore excursion specialists.

PortSort AttractionSort
Bristol Gloucester Cathedral, Lacock Abbey (Harry Potter)
Bristol Old Vic Theatre; Assembly Rooms, Royal Crescent, Holbourne Museum (Bath) The Duchess
Great Pultney Street, Holbourne Museum, Sydney Place (Bath) Vanity Fair
Castle Combe War Horse
Dover The Historic Dockyard, Chatham (Les Misérables, Great Expectations)
Penshurst Place, Knole House & Dover Castle (The Other Boleyn Girl)
Harwich Ingatestone Hall (Bleak House)
Jersey Bouley Bay, Bonne Nuit (Being Julia)
Liverpool St George's Hall (In the Name of the Father, The Hunt for Red October)
Stanley Dock (Captain America, Sherlock Holmes)
Capital Cruising – London (Tilbury) and Edinburgh Old Royal Naval College (The King's Speech, Sense & Sensibility, Skyfall, Les Misérables)
Southampton Highclere (Downton Abbey)
Torquay Torquay (Rosamund Pilcher, Sense & Sensibility, Fawlty Towers)
Greenway (Miss Marple, Hercule Poirot)
Dartmoor (Warhorse)
Tyne Alnwick Castle (Harry Potter)
Bamburgh Castle (Macbeth)
Portsmouth Portsmouth Historic Royal Dockyard (Les Misérables)
Highclere (Downton Abbey)