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Your one-stop filming shop

Locations

Bath is world famous for its Georgian architecture and the Film Office is here to assist you in getting permission for filming in iconic streets such as Royal Crescent, The Circus and Great Pulteney Street  

You will find these, together with a large selection of both public and private properties in our online location library.
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Please remember that not all of our locations are held on the online database.  You are always welcome to contact us to discuss in detail your particular requirements.

We have a number of fine Georgian houses and grand civic locations such as the Guildhall  and the Assembly Rooms with the equally famous Roman Baths and the Pump Room, not forgetting the more modernist Thermae Bath Spa - Britain's only natural thermal spa. In addition there's an excellent selection of sumptuous country houses within easy reach.

However we're not all Georgian,  we do have Victorian and Edwardian streets, together with red-brick alongside Bath stone.   Behind the fine facades,  we have networks of back streets and alleyways, as well as industrial buildings and splashes of modern.

Looking at the wider picture,  the maritime city of Bristol with its brand new 300,000 sq ft of film production space,  The Bottle Yard, lies 14 miles away to the West.  The typically English countryside of North East Somerset also surrounds our city with two large lakes in the Chew Valley, and both the River Avon and Kennet & Avon Canal flowing through the area. 

There are small villages, farms and woodland as well as the former mining towns of the old Somerset coalfield, Midsomer Norton and Radstock The historic market town of Keynsham, home to the former Cadburys chocolate factory, lies to the north-west of Bath with its eclectic mix of Victorian and 20th century architecture.

To find out more about the area we cover,  please click on regional boundary map.

Bath Tourism PlusBath & North East Somerset CouncilAffiliate Member