Sky 1’s comedy drama Agatha Raisin & the Quiche of Death was mainly shot in the village of Biddestone near Chippenham.
The BBC series featured animal keepers at Longleat
Scenes were filmed at Wilton House
Wilton House was used for this Netflix series. It featured as Queen Charlotte’s royal residence, Lady Danbury’s library, the dining room of Clyvedon Castle, the exterior, corridors and study of the home of the Duke of Hastings, and it was also the site of a garden party
Filmed in and around Castle Combe in 1966
Filmed in Castle Combe
Corsham High Street doubled as Truro in the first series of the BBC’s production of Poldark starring Aiden Turner. Scenes were filmed in Great Chalfield Manor for series two.
This Netflix drama follows the political rivalries and romance of Queen Elizabeth II’s reign. The Double Cube Room at Wilton House was used for the scene where when Queen Elizabeth II greets guests like President John F. Kennedy and First Lady Jackie Kennedy
Filmed in Bradford on Avon’s Tithe Barn and Castle Combe were used for the BBC historical drama. Great Chalfield Manor’s interiors stood in for Thomas Cromwell’s home. The outside of Lacock Abbey stood in for Wolf Hall, the Seymour family seat.
The Sam Mendes first world war film was partly shot on Salisbury Plain
Shot at Trafalgar Park (doubling as the army HQ) near Salisbury
The heist movie was shot entirely in Wiltshire, mostly in Tisbury.
This Bond movie was filmed in Swindon
The interior of ‘Castle Hackton’ is mostly filmed in Wilton House in this Stanley Kubrick film.
The lake at Fonthill Bishop, near Tisbury was used for river scenes. The film starred Johnny Depp
Filmed in Bradford on Avon
Jane Austen’s romantic comedy of manners has been filmed multiple times but this version used Wilton /house as Donwell Abbey – the home of Mr Knightley
Devizes featured as Casterbridge with scenes shot in the Market Place, Corn Exchange, St John’s Church, and the Shambles Market.
Filmed in Lacock
Scenes were filmed in the Double Cube Room at Wilton House
Devizes is one of the locations for the John Hurt/Richard Burton film
The beautiful Double Cube Room at Wilton House was used in the film starring Keira Knightley and Matthew Macfadyen. It doubled as the interior of Pemberley
Part of the film was shot at Old Wardour Castle
The romantic fantasy adventure was filmed in Castle Combe
Wilton House was used as the mansion
The Thomas Hardy story was filmed in Lacock, Marlborough and Corsham
An orphaned girl, Mary Lennox (Dixie Egerickx) discovers a magical garden hidden at her strict uncle’s estate – Lord Craven, played by Colin Firth. The beautiful Harold Peto garden at Iford Manor, with thier colonnades and wisteria, were used as a key location.
Filmed at Corsham Court
Filmed at Wilton House
Salisbury Cathedral and Bradford on Avon Tithe Barn were both filming locations
The Bond film was shot in Swindon
Stonehenge makes an appearance but the film studio built a replica henge and blew it up.
Stonehenge makes an appearance in a scene with Dr Selvig
Filmed in Castle Combe