Visit Film locations owned by the National Trust

Screen shot from Elizabeth: The Golden Age © Universal

If one of your new year’s resolution, like mine, is to get out of London more on weekends, you might be inspired by the Days out Itineraries page on the National Trust Website.   More specifically, you can use their (downloadable) costume drama movie map to visit some spectacular locations.

A couple mentioned here which I will add to my list:

The Ashridge Estate, Hertfordshire, appearing in Les Miserables

Ham House, in London, appearing in Anna Karenina, John Carter, and Young Victoria

Osterley Park and House, appearing in the Dark Knight Rises

Antony which appears in Tim Burton’s Alice in Wonderland

The mansion at Anthony, viewed through the early morning mist © NTPL/National Trust Images/Andrew Butler

Film locations – National Trust.

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