Film & TV Location Tour at the Old Royal Naval College
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From a starring role as Buckingham Palace in The Crown to 19th Century revolutionary Paris in Les Misérables, the Old Royal Naval College has provided the setting for some of the most memorable scenes in major international film and TV productions On this tour you will be guided through over 60 years of filming, both outside on our iconic riverside grounds and inside the magnificent Painted Hall. Learn tricks of the trade, how the magic is made and some intriguing ‘behind the scenes’ tales.

Film & TV Location Tour tickets include entry to the Painted Hall, the Chapel, the Victorian Skittle Alley and multimedia guides along with other talks and tours.
Film tours last 60 minutes.
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Old Royal Naval College, King William Walk, London SE10 9NN

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Further to the latest UK government announcement, you must wear a face covering (unless exempt) for entry into this experience. You will be refused entry without one.

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Join us for a fascinating behind-the-scenes tour of what’s been called “the most popular filming location in the world.” (Empire magazine).

From a starring role as Buckingham Palace in The Crown to 19th Century revolutionary Paris in Les Misérables, the Old Royal Naval College has provided the setting for some of the most memorable scenes in major international film and TV productions On this tour you will be guided through over 60 years of filming, both outside on our iconic riverside grounds and inside the magnificent Painted Hall. Learn tricks of the trade, how the magic is made and some intriguing ‘behind the scenes’ tales.

Come for a tour and find out:

The exact spot where Buckingham Palace was recreated for The Crown (2016 – present)

Who saved the world when in 2013 The Old Royal Naval College hosted a crashed spacecraft in a climactic battle scene

Which handsome couple waltzed the night away in the iconic scene from Indiscreet, filmed in the Painted Hall in 1958

The antics of Meryl Streep as Margaret Thatcher in The Iron Lady (2011) and Emma Stone as Cruella in Disney’s 2021 delve into the villainess’ backstory

Where it was in the Painted Hall that Nigel Hawthorne became King George in The Madness of King George (1994) watched over by his forebear George I, depicted in the famous painting

Film & TV Location Tour at the Old Royal Naval College
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