Visit London Asks: Have You Visited Any Iconic Film Locations in London?

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With awards season in full swing, and The King’s Speech picking up an award or a nomination on what seems like a daily basis, we started thinking about other movies filmed in London.

We asked our Facebook followers which London film locations they’ve visited.

Harry Potter film locations such as King’s Cross Station (Platform 9 3/4) and Charing Cross Road (the Leaky Cauldron pub) were popular, as well as sites from romantic comedies Notting Hill (the Travel Bookshop) and Bridget Jones’s Diary (Borough Market).

We also found out that The May Fair hotel features in Matt Damon’s new film, Hereafter – catch it in cinemas now.

Check out Film London’s map for more London movie locations and let us know which ones you’ve visited in the comments below.


  1. Zoe J. Griffiths says:

    Saw the King’s Speech last night. I thought the scenes filmed inside Westminster Abbey were great. Mades me want to visit the Abbey again…

  2. LazyLondon says:

    Seen Bridget Jones loads of times, but can never work out where in Borough she lives – or how she can afford a flat in Zone 1! Does anyone know?

  3. Hannah says:

    How about Ham House in Richmond? Keira Knightley film Never Let Me Go was shot there and comes out later this month.

  4. Londonette says:

    Was excted to see City Hall & Lodnon Bridge in Run Fatboy Run!