Where was Mary Poppins Returns filmed
Mary Poppins Returns films heavily in central London making use of some quiet roads such as Middle Temple Lane and Goodwin's Court as well as more recognisable locations including The Victoria Memorial by Buckingham Palace and Cornhill by the Bank of England.
Scene where Jack brings Mary and the children to the alley that leads them to ‘Topotrepolovsky’s fix-it-shop’.
Scene was shot Brydges Place is an alley between St Martin's Lane and Bedfordbury in the City of Westminster, Greater London, running alongside the Coliseum. It is especially narrow, being just 1 foot 3 inches (0.38 m) wide at one point, and so is commonly claimed to be the narrowest street in London.
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Scene where On their way to the bank Jack, Mary Poppins and the children see Jane. Jack gives Jane a lift on his bike.
Scene was shot Cowley street is a street in Westminster, London SW1.
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Middle Temple Lane (archway)
Scene where The Leeries heading for Big Ben on their bicycles.
Scene was shot The lane passes through the middle of Temple Gardens via an archway and leads out of the Temple.
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