A Third of Brits Plan To Visit A UK Film Location This Summer

With screen tourism becoming a popular pastime for holidaymakers, Away Resorts has produced a beautifully illustrated, brand new interactive infographic, which shows you where in the UK your favourite blockbuster films were shot. Many locations are even free and are outside the capital, ranging from Dinorwig Slate Quarry in Wales to Derwentwater in the Lake District.

Raking in over $7.7 billion, many have wanted to visit where the Harry Potter franchise was shot and it is easy for you to relive the magic. The Glenfinnan Viaduct in the Highlands was used in many scenes for the Hogwart’s Express.

Also, how about take a trip to the eighteenth century to see the residence of literature’s most famous heartthrob, Mr Darcy? Well, Chatsworth House in Derbyshire is just a train ride away.

Find out which other famous blockbuster movies were shot in Britain, visit the infographic, here.