WhereFilmed

Where was Bridget Jones's Diary filmed

Poster Bridget Jones's Diary 2001

2001, #Romance #Drama #Comedy
Filming country: #United Kingdom

Bridget Jones's Diary was filmed in London in the United Kingdom.

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Snowy Village Road

4 Springhill Cottages, Snowshill, Broadway WR12 7JU, UK

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Bridget's Flat

7 Bedale St, Camberwell, Greater London SE1 9, UK

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Bar

Tate Modern, London SE1, UK

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Scene was shot The Tate Modern is a modern art gallery that opened in 2000 and is the second most popular museum in England just behind the British Museum, hosting over 5.8 million visitors annually. The museum was constructed in the decommissioned Bankside Power Station, a coal & oil power plant in operation from 1891 to 1981. After the plant was shut down there were several attempt to get the building listed on the historic register but they were denied. The Tate Group acquired the building in 1994 and spent around £134 million converting it into the museum.

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Tower Bridge

Tower Bridge Rd, Greater London, UK

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Scene was shot Despite its appearance, Tower Bridge is one of the newer spans across the River Thames constructed between 1886 and 1894 designed by Sir Horace Jones in the Gothic style. The central drawbridge portion can open to give 139 ft. clearance for passing ships.

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Restaurant

W1, Momo Restaurant, 25-27 Heddon St, Mayfair, London W1B 4BH, UK

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Piccadilly Circus

A4, London W1J 9HS, UK

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Scene was shot Piccadilly Circus was originally constructed as Regent Circus South in 1819 and received its current name in the 1880s. Starting in 1908 with a Perrier sign the intersection has been surrounded by distinctive illuminated signage giving it a distinctive Times Square feel, though now that has been reduced to a single building on the northwest corner of the circle. Originally situated in the center of the circle but moved as the roads changed, the Shaftesbury Memorial Fountain was constructed in 1892 to commemorate Victorian politician Lord Shaftesbury.

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Book Launch

Nash House, 12 Carlton House Terrace, St. James's, London SW1Y 5AH, UK

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Romantic Restaurant

36c Shad Thames, London SE1, UK

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Department Store

Dickins & Jones Ltd, 224 Regent St, Soho, London W1B 3BR, UK

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Resort

Stoke Park, Buckinghamshire, UK

Scene where Bridget and Daniel run into Mark for the holiday weekend.

Scene was shot The mansion at Stoke Park was constructed in 1788 by designer James Wyatt for John Penn. In 1908 the estate was purchased and turned into the UK's first country club with the course designed by Harry Colt.

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Daniel's Flat

Apt A, Clink Wharf, Clink St, London SE1 9DG, United Kingdom

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Royal Courts of Justice

216 Strand, London, UK

Scene where Protestors stand outside the entrance during Kafir's trial.

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Newsstand

212 Strand, Holborn, London WC2R 1AP, UK

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Anniversary Party

Syon House Syon Park, London Rd, Brentford, Middlesex TW8 8JF, UK

Scene where The Darcys' ruby wedding anniversary party.

Scene was shot Syon House was constructed in the Italian Renaissance style in 1552 for the 1st Duke of Somerset and the interior was completely reconstructed in 1762 by architect Robert Adam for the Duke and Duchess of Northumberland, its current occupants. The adjacent Great Conservatory was an addition in the 1820s designed by Charles Fowler.

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Kiss

2 Royal Exchange, London EC3V 3LF, UK

Scene where Mark and Bridget kiss in the snow.

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