Filming Locations for “The Crown” Season 4: Debuts Sunday Night on Netflix

November 11, 2020 Admin

The Netflix Series “The Crown” has captured the imagination of people around the world. Season 4 premiers this Sunday, Nov. 15, and this is the season where Diana makes her appearance.

Visit Britain has come up with a list of some of the places used to film this season’s episodes. Here are some of them.

And here’s the trailer, in case you haven’t taken a peek yet.

Burghley House: This a Tudor mansion used as a stand-in for Windsor Castle. Burghley House is near Stamford, Lincolnshire and was built by Queen Elizabeth’s Lord High Treasurer, William Cecil. Burghley House will be running a series of special events throughout 2021 to celebrate 500 years since the birth and lasting legacy of William Cecil – Lord Burghley. A stay at the Burghley Estate could be walking distance from the House, at The Dairy, which can be separated into two and sleep 10 people in each house. Other stays on the Burghley Estate include quirky luxury rooms at The William Cecil, glamping after a visit to the Land Rover Burghley Horse Trials, or a cinema night before resting at one of the stylish pub rooms at The Bull and Swan. You can visit all of the State rooms and more now, with an interactive virtual tour.

Ardverkirie House: Filming was done at Ardverkirie House to recreate hunting, fishing and shooting scenes.s a 19th-century Scottish baronial house in the Scottish Highlands. As a visitor to the Estate, you can enjoy the privilege of walking in unspoilt wilderness, dense forests and sandy lochs where the ever changing weather will connect you close to the landscape before you retreat into one of the cosy self-catering cottages. Exclusive tours of the main reception rooms of Ardverikie Castle are available to book, to see inside a family home which has remained largely untouched  since it was built in the nineteenth century as the ultimate expression of Victorian Gothic splendour

Old Royal Naval College: Exteriors of Buckingham Palace were split between the backlot at Elstree Film Studio plus Old Royal Naval College. Old Royal Naval College is an extraordinary cultural destination in the heart of the Maritime Greenwich UNESCO World Heritage Site. The recently restored Painted Hall is the highlight of any visit to the Old Royal Naval College. Painted in the early 18th century by Sir James Thornhill, the hall features 40,000 square feet of walls and ceilings. These surfaces are covered in striking paintings depicting 200 figures including kings, queens and mythological creatures. The Painted Hall reopened in 2019, following a two-year long, award-winning conservation project. For those who can’t visit, they have a new free 360 degree virtual tour. This online tour offers you to the chance to explore this magnificent Baroque masterpiece from the comfort of your own home.

Brooklands Museum: The only Concorde that remains in a filmable state is based at Brooklands Museum. Luckily the Museum also has the only working Concorde cockpit simulator in the world, which allowed them to shoot the cockpit interiors away from the actual plane. Discover the pioneers of speed, flight and adventure at the birthplace of British motorsport, aviation and home of Concorde. Visit the Motoring Village and see the cars that raced on the historic race track, discover the Aircraft Factory exhibition inside the restored Wellington Hanger, step aboard Concorde and walk on the legendary banked track. The team of Captains, which are all former British Airways Concorde Flight Crew, are waiting to give you first-hand experience of what it was like to fly Concorde, on the same simulator on which they were all trained. There is only one operational Concorde Simulator in the World, and it’s at Brooklands Museum.

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