How to get tickets to see Bridgerton home as Netflix announces return

Bridgerton fans have the chance to immerse themselves in luxury as one of the best filming locations prepares to reopen to the public.

Ranger’s House is an elegant Georgian mansion bordering Greenwich Park in London and is also home to the Bridgertons on the Netflix show.

English heritage are preparing to reopen the listed house next month after lockdown restrictions are relaxed.

The beautiful building houses a world-class art collection and is a recognizable landmark among fans of the show.

Visitors can enter the Bridgerton Residence from May 19, 2021.

It comes as Lady Whistledown herself announced that the program will return for a third and fourth season on the show’s Twitter page.

Most of the series was filmed in Bath because of the beautifully preserved buildings and nature that make it an excellent setting for the show.

However, Ranger’s House was used extensively during the show’s first and second seasons when viewers became acquainted with the Bridgerton family and main characters.

The building is directly adjacent to Greenwich Park and houses the Wernher Collection, a world-class art collection put together by 19th century businessman Sir Julius Wernher.

Over 700 works of art are exhibited in a dozen paneled interiors, including medieval sculptures, glittering enamels, ornate jewelry, Renaissance paintings such as Madonna of the Pomegranate (Madonna della Melagrana) from Sandro Botticelli’s workshop, Dutch old masters, and French tapestries.

Not only are many of these pieces unique examples of their kind, but the stories they tell reveal much about the origins, meaning and movement of art on a world stage.

With a new and improved interpretation that highlights the outstanding quality of these objects, the Wernher Collection at Ranger’s House offers a remarkable opportunity to see one of the largest preserved private art collections ever assembled in Europe.

To book a visit to Ranger’s House, visit English Heritage Website here.

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