Poster The Young Victoria 2009

Where was The Young Victoria filmed

2009, Drama Romance
Filming country: United Kingdom

The Young Victoria was filmed in London in the United Kingdom.

Locations

Buckingham Palace (interior)

London

Scene was shot Lancaster House is a neo-classical mansion constructed in 1825 for the Duke of York and Albany designed partially by Sir Robert Smirke before he was replaced by Benjamin Dean Wyatt. The interior wasn't completed until 1840 with the help of a third architect Sir Charles Barry. The house has become a popular stand-in for Buckingham Palace in films and TV playing that role half a dozen times.

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Kensington Palace

London

Scene was shot Ham House was constructed in 1610 for Sir Thomas Vavasour by architect Robery Smythson. The house and surrounding gardens have changed very little since its construction making it one of the only unchanged examples of Stuart architecture and landscaping.

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Street

London

Scene was shot The Old Royal Naval College, situated in Greenwich on the Thames, is the prominent centerpiece of the area. Originally constructed in 1696 as the Royal Hospital for Seamen, the building passed into the hands of the navy in 1873. In 1998 the site passed into the hands off the Greenwich Foundation and is now open to tourists and filming.

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Rosenau Castle

Salisbury

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St. James's Park

London

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Houses of Parliament

Hertford

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Westminster Abbey

London

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Opera House

London

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Garden

Molesey

Scene was shot Hampton Court Palace began construction in 1515 for Cardinal Thomas Wolsey, but 14 years later he fell from favour and the palace was given to King Henry VIII and has remained in royal control since then. The palace consists of a number of long halls surrounding several courtyards. Extensive gardens surround the palace up to the River Thames and include several fountains and a hedge maze.

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Buckingham Palace (hallway)

London

Scene was shot Osterley House was built in 1761 for Sir Francis Child to replace the aging brick home that had occupied the site since 1576. The current structure was designed by Robert Adam retains the brick and stone materials of the original structure but differs greatly in design. The interior is designed in an ornate, neoclassical style.

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