Don’t Miss These Palaces and Estates on “The Crown” Season 5

published Nov 11, 2022
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The long-awaited fifth season of “The Crown” is finally available to stream on Netflix — and with that comes a bevy of new filming locations for us to drool over. Below, find a list of homes throughout England — and a Russian palace — that make their debut in the series’ fifth season. 

Champneys Henlow, Bedfordshire, England

The pool of this manor house acts as the Buckingham Palace swimming pool (and its accompanying changing room) in season five of “The Crown.” Today, Champneys Henlow is a four-star luxury spa resort.

Dartmouth House, London, England

The interior of Dartmouth House, a London event venue, plays both a tailor shop and the British Consulate General Alexandria in the hit Netflix series.

Denham Place, Buckinghamshire, England

To bring Mohammed Fayed’s Mayfair apartment to life, Denham Place in Buckinghamshire was enlisted. It is a Grade I listed building, meaning it is particularly historic.

Hall Barn, Beaconsfield, England

Both the exterior and interior of Hall Barn, a country house in Beaconsfield, can be seen in the latest season of “The Crown.” Its exterior acts as Sandringham Estate, while its interior acts as the smoking room and courtyard of the Sandringham Estate, circa 1918.

Hampton Estate, Farnham, England

The Hampton Estate’s interior and exterior were used to portray Ray Mill House, Camilla’s residence.

Trinity House, London, England

Trinity House — which oversees lighthouses in England, Wales, the Channel Islands, and Gibraltar — was used to portray St James’ Brooks Club in “The Crown.”

Wentworth Woodhouse, Yorkshire, England

Wentworth Woodhouse, a Grade I listed abode, boasts 250,000 square feet and was built in 1725. Today, its interiors act as the Ipatiev House bedrooms and banquet hall in “The Crown.”

Palace of Facets, Moscow, Russia

Moscow’s Palace of Facets plays the Moscow State Apartment in “The Crown.” It is the oldest, still-preserved secular building in Moscow.