St. JohnSt. John's Church

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Inverness
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Inveraray Castle
Inveraray Castle

Pulteney Bridge WeirPulteney Bridge Weir

Visit these famous British locations made popular in film and TV

Photos courtesy Visit Britain

Pulteney Bridge Weir
The stunning weir beneath Bath's Georgian Pulteney Bridge plays the part of the River Seine in the film version of Les Misérables. Pay Bath a visit and see it for yourself (but don't jump in, like they do in the film!)

St. John's Church
London's St John's Church in Smith Square was used in Atonement for the wedding scene. It's a fine example of English baroque architecture and is a venue for concerts and recitals.

Temple Church
Temple Church

Temple Church
Built by the Knights Templar in the 12th century, this historic church exudes mystery. It has a circular nave based on the Church of the Holy Sepulchre in Jerusalem and was used as a location in The Da Vinci Code.

Inverness
Inverness is a gateway to the Highlands and so makes a great base for exploring the surrounding countryside, historic battlefields and beautiful lochs. The Highland capital is friendly, welcoming, full of history and compact enough for wandering around by foot. Scenes for the TV drama Outlander were shot in and around the city.

Momo Moroccan Restaurant
Momo Moroccan Restaurant

Momo
Probably London's most famous Moroccan restaurant, Momo is a glamourous spot to enjoy fine North African dishes. You might also recognize it as one of the locations in the UK film Bridget Jones's Diary.

Rye
One of East-Sussex's most popular locations, Rye is a half-timbered medieval town full of unique shops and plenty of atmosphere. A great place to get a taste of traditional English life and to enjoy a good pub lunch or fish and chips overlooking the town quay.

Old Wardour Castle
Old Wardour Castle

Old Wardour Castle
Built in the 14th century as a luxury house, Old Wardour Castle slowly became a fashionably romantic ruin. It's a beautiful place to spend a day, and you might even recognize it as one of the locations used in Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves.

Inveraray Castle
This magnificent stately home on the shores of Loch Fyne boasts tremendous views across the Scottish countryside. You might recognize its fairy-tale turrets from the Christmas 2012 episode of Downton Abbey when the Crawleys holiday in Scotland.

Brompton Cemetery
Brompton Cemetery

Brompton Cemetery
One of Britain's Royal Parks is also a historic cemetery. Expect an atmospheric array of spectacular tombs and more than a few famous names. Look for Brompton in a suitably Gothic scene from the 2009 film Sherlock Holmes.

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MI6 (the Secret Intelligence Service)
The HQ of MI6 (the Secret Intelligence Service) is off limits to visitors but you can get a great view of this imposing structure from the river. Take a speedboat tour with Thames RIB for fascinating anecdotes about Ian Fleming, the British Secret Service, and of course, James Bond himself.

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