Walk in the footsteps of the Bridgerton family as you explore the real-life locations in Somerset of Netflix's regency romance.

We have been eagerly waiting to return to the Ton since the popular period drama dropped in December 2020.

Now that we have been reunited with Lady Whistledown and her readers, we are searching for a way to bring Bridgerton's unique brand of escapism to life.

Whether you're planning a road trip to check out your favourite spots from the show or you want to make the magic of the second series last a little longer, here are all the filming locations featured.

Somerset County Gazette: Lady Danbury and Kate Sharma in Bridgerton series two. Credit: Liam Daniel/ NetflixLady Danbury and Kate Sharma in Bridgerton series two. Credit: Liam Daniel/ Netflix

Where was Bridgerton going to be filmed?

Originally, there were plans for an entire set to be built on Sunninghill Estate in Berkshire. 

The production would include a London street with houses and shops, according to Condé Nast Traveller.

However, permission to build the set was refused since the construction would be in place for five years and three seasons.

Bridgerton filming locations in Bath

Holbourne Museum

Somerset County Gazette: Holbourne Museum. Credit: TripadvisorHolbourne Museum. Credit: Tripadvisor

Sydney Gardens, now known as the Holburne Museum was founded by Sir Thomas William Holburne.

One of Bath's must-see attractions, it houses a public collection of over 10,000 objects that have been gathered over the last 200 years.

The display includes porcelain and silver to miniature portraits, books, Roman coins and Holburne family gems, according to Visit England.

In season one of Bridgerton filming took place at the Holbourne Museum which acted as Lady Danbury's London home.

Location: Great Pulteney Street, Bath BA2 4DB England

Find out more about how to visit via the Tripadvisor website.

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The Royal Crescent 

Somerset County Gazette: The Royal Crescent. Credit: TripadvisorThe Royal Crescent. Credit: Tripadvisor

The Royal Crescent is known today as one of the best examples of Georgian Architecture in the UK but when it was built in the 19th century it was seen as one of the most impressive addresses in the city.

The crescent of 30 Grade 1-listed terrace houses, which were designed by John Wood II, is an iconic landmark and was even used multiple times during the series.

Number 1 The Crescent doubled as the front door to the Featherington family's London home.

Meanwhile, the street was also used for the opening shots as well as some other background scenes during season one.

Location: Royal Crescent, Bath BA1 1EE England

Find out more about how to visit via the Tripadvisor website.

The Assembly Rooms

Somerset County Gazette: The Assembly Rooms. Credit: TripadvisorThe Assembly Rooms. Credit: Tripadvisor

Also designed by John Wood II, The Assembly Rooms are not far from the Royal Crescent and acted as an entertainment venue and meeting spot in their day.

Just as we see in the beloved Regency drama, high society would gather for balls and concerts as they pursued matches.

Speaking of Bridgerton, Lady Danbury's ball in series one, episode one was filmed in the Tea Room.

You can actually visit too - just check the opening times before you go since it can be used for private parties!

Location: Bennett Street, Bath BA1 2QH England

Find out more about how to visit via the Tripadvisor website.

Abbey Green

Somerset County Gazette: The Abbey Deli. Credit: TripadvisorThe Abbey Deli. Credit: Tripadvisor

Last time around, The Abbey Deli (previously known as Pickled Greens) was transformed into the Modiste dress shop, frequented by many determined Mamas and excited Debutante.

The Grade II listed building was used for filming both inside and out and another part of Abbey Green also doubled up as Covent Garden in London in the series.

Location: 2 Abbey Street Ba1 1nn, Bath BA1 1NN England

Find out more about how to visit via the Tripadvisor website.

However, the filming in Bath did not end there with some of those stunning ball scenes being shot in the Banqueting Room at the Guildhall.

Other familiar streets also featured iconic Bath Street, in the city's spa quarter as well as Beauford Square and Trim Street, Visit Bath has said.