These Picturesque Places of Emma (2020)'s Shooting Locations Are Definitely A Place To Visit

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Deanna Rivera in TV & Movies

Last updated: 26 February 2020, 02:33 GMT

Emma is a comedy-drama film directed by Autumn de Wilde and was adapted from another Jane Austen’s novel.

The story follows Emma Woodhouse, a young woman in Regency England who interferes in the love lives of other people.

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The new Emma Woodhouse stars Anya Taylor-Joy from the horror film, The Witch.

2020’s Emma was filmed in many places across British countryside. These breathtaking and instagramable locations are worthy to go and a must visit if you are looking for a staycation.

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Firle Place, East Sussex

The nearly 300 acres is the place used for Emma’s home, Hartfield. It is located in the heart of the South Downs National Park from the South-coast of England.

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Firle Place has been the home to the Gage family for over 500 years. A grandiose home surrounded by its extensive parklands, inside, discover an astounding collection of Old Master paintings of international importance, Sevres porcelain and exquisite furniture displayed in elegant rooms.

House opening 2020: 7th June to 27th September Sunday to Thursday 2:00 – 4:30pm. Adult tickets start from £9.50 and child tickets from £4.50.

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Chavenage House, Tetbury

This privately-owned Elizabethan manor was also featured in BBC shows Poldark, as well as Tess of the D’Urbervilles.

Chavenage House used as Randalls for Mr Weston’s home, husband of Emma’s old governess.

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House opening 2020: 1st May to 30th September Sunday & Thursday 2:00 – 5:00pm

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Lower Slaughter, Gloucestershire

Lower slaughter is a village in the Costwold district of Gloucestershire, England. The village, which is split by a small stream, although with the use of small bridges can easily get from one side to another.

It was hailed as UKs best romantic destination.

This is where the filming location for the village of Highbury, where Emma resides.

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Wilton House, Wiltshire

Netflix fans may recognize it as having served as one of The Crown’s filming location Buckingham Palace.

The picturesque Wilton House in Wiltshire is a perfect location for Mr. Knightley’s home, Donwell Abbey.

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It is a perfect setting for every classic Brtitish novel, with 14,000 acres of estate to a perfect green parkland.

Adult tickets start from £15.50 and child tickets from £8.

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Leith Hill, Dorset

Leith Hill is the second highest point in England. A perfect place to set your picnic blanket and sight the panoramic views northward to London and south to the English Channel.

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