The Crown Filming Locations Private Tour
Create Your Own Royal Adventure With Our Selection of Castles, Estates, Houses and Cathedrals On This Private Tour of The Crown Filming Locations.
Below is more information about the spectacular venues where The Crown was filmed. Once you have decided on your favourite two locations, you will be able to book and create your tailored tour with us!
Choose Any TWO Of The Following Locations:
1. Belvoir Castle:
Proudly stood on a hilltop in the Vale of Belvoir, this stunning 19th century bastion is picturesque both inside and out. Several interior rooms were used to replicate Windsor Castle in The Crown, further highlighting Belvoir’s royal-worthy design and build. Visit this Leicestershire icon for a birds eye view across the surrounding landscape, and get lost in the castle’s lavishly decorated galleries and rooms.
2. Ely Cathedral:
This magnificent Norman structure in the historic riverside city of Ely stood in for Westminster Abbey on the wedding day of Queen Elizabeth and Prince Phillip. It has also starred in The Other Boleyn Girl, Elizabeth: The Golden Age, and The King’s Speech.
3. Knebworth House:
With the Lytton family residing at here since the Tudor times, each generation has made their mark on this magnificent building in the Hertfordshire countryside. Adorned with gargoyles and crowned with turrets and domes, it’s easy to see why this fairy tale location is a big hit on screen. Used, of course, as a location in The Crown, the house has also starred in The King’s Speech, and Batman the Movie.
4. Hatfield House:
This grand estate was the childhood home of Henry VIII’s children; all three were raised in the Old Palace, a medieval masterpiece dating back to 1485. It was here where Elizabeth I was told of her accession to the throne, making it a fitting place to use in filming for The Crown.
5. Burghley House:
This grand stately home – found on the edge of Peterborough – was used as a double for several exterior shots of Windsor Castle in Season Four of The Crown. Built in the 1600s as a leading example of the Elizabethan prodigy house, Burghley House’s unaltered period appearance makes it a more than capable fill-in for a royal residence.
Why Choose a Private Tour?
With your own tour, you get complete control of how long you want in each destination, with your own expert driver/guide for a full 10-hour day tour from London. With such diversity of attractions in just one day, this is a perfect tour for huge fans of the Netflix Series The Crown.
2021 Tour Prices:
|Service||1-3 Passengers||4-5 Passengers||6 Passengers||7-8 Passengers|
|10-Hour Private Day Tour From London||£600||£650||£690||£700|
|Full Day Cruise Transfer From Cruise Ship - London Hotel||£600||£650||£690||£800|
|Half Day Cruise Transfer From London Hotel - Cruise Ship||£400||£525||£540||£560|
|6% Booking Fee Applied To All Tours & Transfers||£36||£39||£41.40||£42|
|East London Drop Off (To End Tour in East London)||£50||£50||£50||£50|
|Cleaning Fee (When Applicable)|
Sickness/Spilled Drink/Food Stains
From: £87.50 per person
Group Size: 1 – 8
Locations: Any TWO Of The Following Locations; Belvoir Castle, Ely Cathedral, Hatfield House, Knebworth House, Burghley House
Trip Duration: 10.5 Hours