CHURCHES, TEMPLES & RELIGIOUS BUILDINGS : FRANCE
 
Regions of the South of France
  • → [ Hanne Evans Production Services International Ltd ]

  • [The French Riviera is one of the most attractive and varied shooting areas in Europe]
    Hanne Evans Production Services International Ltd

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    CHURCHES, TEMPLES & RELIGIOUS BUILDINGS : IRELAND
     
    Co. Monaghan
  • → [ Castle Leslie Estate ]

  • [The estate has a church dating from the 1600s with crypt and graveyard]
    Castle Leslie Estate

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    CHURCHES, TEMPLES & RELIGIOUS BUILDINGS : MONGOLIA
     
  • → [ Panoramic Journeys Ltd ]

  • [Location Scouting in one of Asia's last unspoilt destinations]
    Panoramic Journeys Ltd

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    CHURCHES, TEMPLES & RELIGIOUS BUILDINGS : SWEDEN
     
    Jukkasjärvi
  • → [ Icehotel ]

  • [Spectacular Chapel constructed from ice]

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    CHURCHES, TEMPLES & RELIGIOUS BUILDINGS : UNITED KINGDOM
     
    ENGLAND
    Berkshire
  • → [ Aldermaston Manor House ]

  • [The estate, with its acres of parklands, lawns, gardens & 11-acre lake has many interesting features including the 11th century Village Church]
    Aldermaston Manor House
  • → [ Cumberland Lodge ]

  • [A stunning 17th century mansion and former Royal house, Both the Tapestry Hall and the Tapestry staircase were used in this film and George V's dying bedroom scene was shot in Cumberland Lodge Chapel]
  • → [ Mapledurham Estate ]

  • [On The estate is the beautiful riverside church of St Margret's]
    Mapledurham Estate
  • → [ Wickham House ]

  • [Situated in spectacular landscaped grounds Wickham House offers a 19th century church with a 10th century tower; Victorian Gothic architecture replete with gargoyles]

    Cheshire
  • → [ Adlington Hall ]

  • [The 2,000 acre estate contains parkland landscaped in the 'Brownian' style during the 18th century with a Lime Avenue dating from 1688 which leads to a woodland Wilderness with winding paths, temples, bridges and follies in a rococo manner]
    Adlington Hall
  • → [ Tatton Estate ]

  • [Has a varied set of locations including two private Mainwaring Chapels]

    Cornwall
  • → [ Alverton Manor Hotel ]

  • [This former Victorian nunnery has a wealth of period details including a Great Hall, which could easily be dressed as a vaulted church]
    Alverton Manor Hotel
  • → [ Landewednack House ]

  • [The house was built in 1683, a former Georgian rectory steeped in history and heritage and is now is now a listed building]
    Landewednack House
  • → [ Maker Church at Mount Edgcumbe House & Country Park ]

  • [The surrounding country park has within it 55 listed buildings and heritage sites including Maker Church. First mentioned in 1186, enlarged in the 15th century. The family church of the Edgcumbes]
    Mount Edgcumbe House & Country Park
  • → [ Milton's Temple at Mount Edgcumbe House & Country Park ]

  • [The surrounding country park has within it 55 listed buildings and heritage sites including Milton's Temple. 1755 - a circular Ionic temple, with a plaque inscribed with lines from the poem Paradise Lost, "overhead up grew, Insuperable heights of loftiest shade....." John Milton, (1608 - 1674]
    Mount Edgcumbe House & Country Park
  • → [ Rame Churchat at Mount Edgcumbe House & Country Park ]

  • [The surrounding country park has within it 55 listed buildings and heritage sites including Rame Church. Rebuilt from a Norman church in 1239, and enlarged in the 15th century]
    Mount Edgcumbe House & Country Park
  • → [ St. Julian's Well at Mount Edgcumbe House & Country Park ]

  • [The surrounding country park has within it 55 listed buildings and heritage sites including St. Julian's Well. A tiny 15th century chapel and holy well, restored c.1890]
    Mount Edgcumbe House & Country Park
  • → [ St. Michael's Chapel at Mount Edgcumbe House & Country Park ]

  • [The surrounding country park has within it 55 listed buildings and heritage sites including St. Michael's Chapel. 14th century - A chapel and simple lighthouse, with a beacon site nearby. Across the neck of the headland are the earthworks of an Iron Age fort]
    Mount Edgcumbe House & Country Park
  • → [ Truro School ]

  • [Situated on the hill overlooking the City and 19th century Truro Cathedral, the main School building was established in 1882 and in 1928 the Prince of Wales (later to become King Edward VIII) laid the foundation stone of the school chapel]

    Devon
  • → [ Bickleigh Castle ]

  • [Has an 11th Century chapel, which has a 12th century doorway and a 15th century wagon roof]
    Bickleigh Castle
  • → [ The Old Rectory ]

  • [An impressive Victorian house located in a stunning setting with extensive beautiful grounds and breathtaking views over the green rolling valley]
  • → [ Ugbrooke House ]

  • [Capability Brown Parkland surrounds a stunning Catholic Chapel where Mass has been said regularly since 1673]

    Dorset
  • → [ Clayesmore School ]

  • [Buildings on the estate include a Victorian rectory and a chapel]
    Clayesmore School
  • → [ Higher Melcombe Manor ]

  • [The old chapel Now called the Great Hall with an impressive 17th Century wagon roof of trussed rafters in eight bays]
  • → [ Rushmore Estate ]

  • [The gardens contain a unique collection of buildings including a temple and theatre, a dell water garden, Nepalese buildings, a colonial Victorian Pavilion]

    Essex
  • → [ Felsted School ]

  • [Offering beautiful countryside grounds, historical buildings, The school has a large sports hall, indoor and outdoor swimming pools, classrooms, auditoriums, a theatre, a chapel, houses for accommodation and a large dining room]

    Gloucestershire
  • → [ The Miserden Estate ]

  • [The village is composed of attractive stone cottages all under the ownership of the Estate. They are listed with Costwold stone roofs and all utility services situated underground. The village is a thriving community and comprises of St Andrews Church, Village Hall, Primary School Post Office and Shop and Village Pub. There is also a local cricket club and even it's own polo ground]

    Hampshire
  • → [ Portsmouth Film Office ]

  • [For historic ships, castles & forts, Victorian structures and modern architecture choose Portsmouth the waterfront city]
    Portsmouth Film Office
  • → [ Stock Gaylard Estate ]

  • [The Parish Church is located in the garden and the view of the House and Church over the haha from amongst the trees in the park gives an air of old world timelessness]

    Herefordshire
  • → [ Flanesford Priory ]

  • Established in 1346 as an Augustinian monastery, now lovingly converted into stunning self-catered accommodation but can still be dressed to for many types of Period Drama

    Hertfordshire
  • → [ Hatfield House ]

  • [Buildings on the estate include a Victorian estate offices and adjoining 12th century church, just 20 miles north of London]
    Hatfield House

    Kent
  • → [ Bilsington Priory Estate ]

  • [Set in 1,000 acres of beautiful countryside with 600 acres of woodland and it's own Equestrian Centre the Estate has an Edwardian Manor House to Film in, an Edwardian Stable Block with 46 stables and indoor and outdoor arenas, 7 acres of formal gardens and of course the old priory building St Augustines]
  • → [ Kent Film Office ]

  • [Offers a wide and diverse range of locations that includes churches, temples & religious buildings]
    Kent Film Office
  • → [ St Edmund's School ]

  • [There is a magnificent, wooden domed chapel with lovely stained glass window]
  • → [ Tonbridge School ]

  • [The superb acoustics of the Chapel of St Augustine make it a favourite recording venue for a number of leading record companies. The Chapel also has one of the finest organs in the country, a four-manual Marcussen organ, built in 1995]

    Leicestershire
  • → [ Grace Dieu Manor School ]

  • [The medieval gothic architect, Augustus Welby Pugin chapel is a little gem with its beautiful stained glass windows, its own bell tower and balcony and intricately carved rood-screens]
    Grace Dieu Manor School
  • → [ Oakham School ]

  • [Rich in history and is perfect for many types of Period Drama, which together with it's extensive and attractive grounds make it the perfect location and also a Unit Base/Production Headquarters when filming in this evocative part of the Country]
  • → [ The Old Rectory ]

  • [Situated It is in a hamlet, with only a church. Built in 1740, and the main rooms are unchanged, showing all cornices, plasterwork, etc., with a fine oak staircase and original shutters]

    London
  • → [ Hatfield House ]

  • [Buildings on the estate include a Victorian estate offices and adjoining 12th century church, just 20 miles north of London]
    Hatfield House
  • → [ King's College School ]

  • [A typical 19th century school with features such as a Victorian wood panelled Great Hall with Conacher Organ Gallery, cloisters and a small chapel]
    King's College School
  • → [ St Dunstan's College ]

  • [Production Designers and Art Directors will appreciate the attractive interiors in particular the Victorian style chapel]

    Norfolk
  • → [ Pentney Abbey ]

  • [Situated in picturesque Norfolk, just one hour from Norwich and easy to reach from London, Pentney Abbey is a stunning location complete with 35 acres of gorgeous grounds and a rich history]

    Northumberland
  • → [ Seaton Delaval ]

  • [Has a little Norman Church, dating from the first half of the 12th Century]

    Rutland
  • → [ Oakham School ]

  • [Rich in history and is perfect for many types of Period Drama, which together with it's extensive and attractive grounds make it the perfect location and also a Unit Base/Production Headquarters when filming in this evocative part of the Country]

    Somerset
  • → [ Forde Abbey ]

  • [A former Cistercian monastery dating from the 12th century with medieval Cloisters, the 16th century Great Hall, the vaulted Undercroft, Library and Chapel, Surrounded by 30 acres of award winning gardens and at the heart of a 1600 acre estate with farmland and woodland]
  • → [ St Michael Church at Maunsel House ]

  • [An enchanting candlelit Saxon church and one of the smallest in England, with seating for only 40-50 people]
    Maunsel House
  • → [ Mells Estate ]

  • [16th C St Andrew's Church with a perpendicular style tower, one of the finest examples in England]
    Mells Estate
  • → [ Orchardleigh House ]

  • [St Mary's church is perched on an island within the 35 acre fishing lake and was made famous by Henry Newbolt's poem, The Tale of Fidele and the BBC programme "a passion for churches"]
    Orchardleigh House
  • → [ Taunton School ]

  • [A splendid 19th Century Chapel which was built in 1907 and seats 300]
    Taunton School

    Suffolk
  • → [ Akenfarm ]

  • [Set in 170 acres of beautiful Suffolk countryside, this site offers everything a film maker could possibly want; a stunning 1812 vintage Georgian Farmhouse with many period outbuildings and every type of countryside location and, with enough time to obtain permission, a redundant village Church]
    Akenfarm
  • → [ Culford Hall ]

  • [A magnificent 18th century mansion within 480 acres of beautiful Suffolk parkland. The iron bridge of 1803 crosses the river Lark flowing beside the formal gardens and terraces into a large lake. The beautiful parish church lies within the grounds]

    Surrey
  • → [ Farnham Castle ]

  • [Built in 1138 by a grandson of William the Conqueror this Grade I and II listed site includes fine examples of an original Norman Chapel and Dining Room, a 17th century Bishops Chapel as well as a magnificent Grinling Gibbons main staircase]
  • → [ Kingston Grammar School ]

  • [Has the medieval Lovekyn Chapel, conveniently situated in the heart of Kingston upon Thames]
    Kingston Grammar School
  • → [ The Rural Life Centre ]

  • [A museum of past village life covering the years from 1750 to 1960 housed in purpose-built and reconstructed buildings including a chapel]
    The Rural Life Centre
  • → [ St John the Baptist School ]

  • [Located in Woking, St John the Baptist School has a range of buildings from its original build in 1970 to its ever-growing extensions. With a green screen studio, chapel, school hall and stage plus many multi-sized classrooms, it would be ideal for any education television drama and film]
  • → [ Woldingham School ]

  • [Has a contemporary chapel with stained glass windows]

    Sussex
  • → [ Cowdray House And Ancient Monument ]

  • [From the inspiring causeway approach, eerie cellars, and the towering ruins of The Great Hall and Chapel vaulted with elaborate windows, Cowdray Historic Tudor House casts an enticing historical shadow over its surrounding countryside]
  • → [ St Andrew's School ]

  • [All Saints Chapel chapel was built in 1874. The listed chapel in the style of High Victorian Gothic Revival is noted for polychrome effects, geometric tiling and an unusual gallery, supported on marble pillars]
    St Andrew's School
  • → [ The Old Rectory ]

  • [A grade II* listed Queen Anne rectory, built in 1722 has extensive gardens, and beautiful views overlooking the South Downs and the river Rother. A spacious drive allows off-road parking, and a glimpse of the house through the pleached hedge which borders the delightful sunken garden]

    Warwickshire
  • → [ Warwick School ]

  • [The main school building, with its stunning façade, and the chapel are the oldest buildings which remain today modern additions include a professional theatre, sports hall and swimming pool and state of the art science centre]

    West Midlands
  • → [ Royal School Wolverhampton ]

  • [The Royal School provides the perfect backdrop for many types of Period Drama, Commercials and Photo shoots. There is an authentic period chapel onsite which will peak the interest of Art Directors and Production Designers]

    Wiltshire
  • → [ Abbey House Gardens ]

  • [A 13th Century Abbey house with a truly spectacular 5 acre garden which has brought praise from around the world. In the house itself, there is the Tudor hall and drawing room for film opportunities plus the undercroft which formed part of the Abbots’ lodgings built in 1265 and used as a dungeon during the English Civil War, the house itself being used as the Governor’s Residence by both Cavaliers and Roundheads]
  • → [ Kennet District Council ]

  • [Historic churches of varying architectural styles]
    Kennet District Council
  • → [ The Pear Tree at Purton ]

  • [Formerly a vicarage. It is now an elegant Cotswold stone hotel set in seven acres on the outskirts of the Saxon village of Purton]
    The Pear Tree at Purton
  • → [ Rushmore Estate ]

  • [The gardens contain a unique collection of buildings including a temple and theatre, a dell water garden, Nepalese buildings, a colonial Victorian Pavilion]

    Worcestershire
  • → [ Abberley Hall ]

  • [The estate offers major heritage buildings – the Clock Tower, the Stable Yard and Chapel, the two Lodges, the Walled Garden and the Victorian Gardens]
  • → [ Avoncroft Museum ]

  • [Avoncroft Museum is home to over 30 different buildings and structures which have been rescued and re-built in rural Worcestershire]

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    CHURCHES, TEMPLES & RELIGIOUS BUILDINGS : WALES
     
    Regions of Wales
  • → [ Cadw ]

  • [For many religious monuments and buildings such as Priories, Friaries, Abbeys, Churches and Chapels locations contact the historic environment service of the Welsh Assembly Government]
    Cadw

    Glamorgan
  • → [ Neath Abbey ]

  • [Founded in 1130 but the earliest monastic buildings do not survive, but the west cloister range was begun in the later twelfth century. Work continued on other buildings around the cloister until the mid- thirteenth century, and a new abbey church was built in the Decorated Gothic style between about 1280 and 1330]

    Monmouthshire
  • → [ Monmouth School ]

  • [Available during the school holidays, the buildings offer an array of opportunities for filming. From the chapel, to the School’s own Blake Theatre, there are locations to suit many different plots and genres]

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    CHURCHES, TEMPLES & RELIGIOUS BUILDINGS : NORTHERN IRELAND
     
    Regions of Northern Ireland
  • → [ Northern Ireland Film and Television Commission ]

  • [Established to accelerate the development of a dynamic and sustainable film and television industry
    Northern Ireland Film and Television Commission

    Co. Armagh
  • → [ Navan Fort ]

  • [A large earthwork of circular plan surrounding the summit of a drumlin, a pagan sanctuary of 240m in internal diameter]
    Navan Fort

    Co. Down
  • → [ Ulster Folk and Transport Museum ]

  • [Exhibit buildings and churches from the early 1900s]
    Ulster Folk and Transport Museum

    Co. Fermanagh
  • → [ Castle Archdale Country Park ]

  • [The region is abundant in historical features, with many monastic sites such as Devenish and White Island]
    Castle Archdale Country Park
  • → [ Devenish Monastic Site ]

  • [The most important of Lough Erne's many island church settlements]
    Devenish Monastic Site

    Londonderry
  • → [ Roe Valley Country Park ]

  • [Has a Neo-Gothic Church set within stunning river valley setting]
    Roe Valley Country Park

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    CHURCHES, TEMPLES & RELIGIOUS BUILDINGS : SCOTLAND
     
    Edinburgh
  • → [ King Khalid Building ]

  • [This is a wonderful converted church perfect for lectures, meetings or social events and contains a modern 158 seat auditorium with state-of-the-art AV equipment and an audience voting facility]

    Stirlingshire
  • → [ Culcreuch Castle Hotel ]

  • [Has a remarkable Aumbry, normally only seen in ancient monasteries]
    Culcreuch Castle Hotel

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