The Ragley Estate offers a diverse range of opportunities as a TV / Film location in the Midlands.
The Grade I listed Palladian mansion, Ragley Hall, with its impressive state rooms have obvious appeal if a period location is required, however it’s the ‘back of house’ areas that often attract the most interest from Directors. Attics, staircases and corridors are very much a blank canvas and can be transformed.
400 acres of parkland and gardens offer a variety of settings depending upon the time of year. A romantic Rose Garden, an interesting Winter Garden, not to mention a spring-bulb bank, summer meadow, fumpary, woodland walk and sculpture collection.
The Ragley Estate also boasts a Grade I listed stables, farm buildings, a sawmill, vast woodlands, a butchers, an adventure playground with 3D maze and a boating lake.
Situated on the Warwickshire & Worcestershire border, Ragley is centrally located and easily accessible from the M40, M42, M6 and M5 motorways – less than 1 hour from Birmingham and just 2½ hours from Central London.
See below the list of TV shows and Films made at Ragley:
- To Play The King (BBC - 1993)
- Vanity Fair (BBC - 1998)
- Doctor Who – ‘The Girl in the Fireplace’ (BBC - 2006) Picture Below
- Survivors (BBC - 2010)
- Countryfile Christmas Special (BBC - 2012)
- Dancing on the Edge (BBC - 2013)
- Flog It (BBC - 2013)
- Country House Sunday (ITV1 - 2013)
- The Scarlet Pimpernel (2000)
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