Explore Yorkshire’s Filming Locations!
From its urban cityscapes to its stunning countryside, the region of Yorkshire is a versatile option for film and TV production. Everyone will have a favourite or two on the list of filming sets on our doorstep.
By choosing Crowne Plaza Leeds for your UK staycation, you can explore the sets of these amazing films and series while staying only about an hour’s drive away or less from most locations!
The Harewood Estate was developed into a purpose-built set for ITV’s Yorkshire village soap opera, due to its original filming location, Esholt, becoming too disrupted by tourism to continue production.
The estate contains a life-size replica of the town they filmed in for 22 years. Harewood House is only 20 minutes away from our hotel!
Happy Valley features Yorkshire landmarks such as Hebden Bridge and Sowerby Bridge, and areas in Huddersfield, Elland, Kirklees, Calderdale and Bradford.
Fans and Yorkshire locals will have plenty to explore when following the film trail for this gritty Yorkshire-based police drama.
All Creatures Great and Small
The beautiful Yorkshire Dales star in this adaptation of Jame’s Herriot’s novel.
The village of Grassington plays the heart of the programme, ‘Darrowby Village’, and The Green Dragon Inn in Hardraw as ‘The Drovers Arms Pub’. Outside you will find Hardraw’s Force waterfall, a bathing spot in the film, Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves.
The North Yorkshire Moors Railway, Helmsley Walled Garden, Duncombe Park and Fountains Abbey of the Yorkshire Dales all feature in this classic children’s novel. The latter two of these locations are large and historical estates with extensive gardens to explore!
This 300-year old English country house in York was home to Duke of Hastings, Clyvedon Castle, in the recent Netflix series, Bridgerton. It’s opulent rooms also feature in the ITV series Victoria, as well as the BBC drama Death Comes To Pemberly, feature film Garfield 2, Channel 4’s The Great and Sky’s The Queen and I.
Did you know, the protagonist of this true story, Anne Lister, was played in her real-life home, the historic estate of Shibden Hall in West Yorkshire? Other locations in the BBC drama include Georgian towns in Huddersfield, Bradford, and Halifax.
Due to Birmingham’s backdrop in 1919 being very different from what it is now, the makers of Peaky Blinders used several period locations in Yorkshire for the popular BBC series.
Locations included Leeds Town Hall, Bolton Abbey in Skipton, Undercliffe Cemetery in Bradford, Ilkley Winter Gardens, Newby Hall and Gardens and many, many more!
Discover the cityscapes of Yorkshire when you follow the film trail for Ackley Bridge, with film sets in Halifax, Leeds and Bradford.
The programme also features the pretty, bohemian town of Hebden Bridge, which also features in Channel 4’s Happy Valley.
Our TV & Film Tour Package in Leeds
We have a special offer made just for media enthusiasts exploring Yorkshire’s fantastic array of TV and film locations, which includes breakfast for two days, a dinner, bottle of wine, packed lunch and more!
We have luxurious bedrooms with excellent dining options, with complimentary use of our Spirit Health Club for overnight guests.
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