16 Gorgeous Locations From Pride And Prejudice You Can Actually Visit
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1. Chatsworth House, Derbyshire
2. Lacock Abbey Cloisters, Wiltshire
3. Belton House, Lincolnshire
4. St Mary the Virgin Church, Weekley
St Mary is nestled in the ancient thatched-roof village of Weekley, and doubled as Mr Collin's parsonage in the 2005 Pride and Prejudice adaptation. Dating back to the 13th century, St Mary is a gem in the tiny town in the country.
5. Stourhead Garden, Wiltshire
6. Groombridge Place, Kent
The idyllic Groombridge Place starred as the Bennet's home in 2005. Situated near Tunbridge Wells and surrounded by gorgeous gardens, Groombridge is a great day out, whether you're a Jane Austen fan or not.
7. The Peak District, Derbyshire
Elizabeth on the cliffs is an iconic image in both the 1995 and 2005 adaptations of Pride and Prejudice. Here, Jennifer Ehle as Lizzie in the BBC miniseries looks over the countryside of the Peak District in Derbyshire.
8. Basildon Park, Berkshire
The timeless Basildon Park appears on screen in 2005's Pride and Prejudice as Netherfield Park. While the outside looks straight out of Jane Austen's pages, the interior was actually renovated in the 1950s to meet the modern styles and standards of the time.
9. Burghley House, Lincolnshire
10. Chapel Street, Longnor
Chapel Street in Longnor, Derbyshire was home to the Lambton Inn in the BBC Pride and Prejudice miniseries. The modern area looks much the same, and you can even book yourself a place to stay nearby so you can experience Derbyshire in true Elizabeth Bennett style.
11. Sherwood Forest, Nottinghamshire
12. Lacock Village, Wiltshire
Quaint and fairytale-esque, Lacock Village makes a perfect double for Austen's Meryton Village in the 1995 Pride and Prejudice miniseries from BBC. This National Trust protected village in Wiltshire also makes cameos in the Harry Potter films, and Wolfman.