Bath & North East Somerset has been a popular filming location for the past 50 years or more. Two early classics were Arnold Ridley's 'Ghost Train', shot at Camerton Station in 1931 and the Ealing comedy, 'The Titfield Thunderbolt' at Monkton Combe and Freshford in 1952.
Bath, itself, with its fantastic selection of Georgian streets and architecture, has always been home to big name period productions such as, Vanity Fair, Persuasion, Dracula and The Duchess, which, in turn, have attracted stars such as Reese Witherspoon, Johnnie Depp, David Suchet and Keira Knightley to our city.
But our area doesn't just do 'Georgian', we've hosted a large number of contemporary dramas as well as doubling for Victorian and War-time London, Russia in the age of Elegance, Birmingham 60's urban sprawl and 1920's Harrogate.
Dip into our movie production fact sheet for more information on over 100 productions which have filmed in Bath & North East Somerset or download your own copy of our very popular Moviemap so that you can spot the sites where the movies were made in Bath.
Fantastic locations aren't our only attraction; Bath Film Office has been rated the "most film-friendly office in the UK" - read some film-makers' comments on the first-rate service that we offer in Bath.