The Crown, one of Netflix’s most popular TV series, follows the life of Queen Elizabeth II – spanning decades of her reign as Queen of the United Kingdom and the Commonwealth.
The fifth instalment is set to hit Netflix on 9 November, and will be the first series to be released following the passing of both the Queen in September 2022 and Prince Phillip in April 2021.
In the first four series, we see Elizabeth transition from young Princess to Her Majesty The Queen – quite literally, too, as actors Claire Foy and Olivia Colman share the role as different stages of her life. Throughout, she deals with the trials and tribulations of modernising the monarchy, endures tense meetings with Prime Ministers, embarks on Royal Tours around the globe and visits her many places of residence: Buckingham, Sandringham, Balmoral…
Given the need for grandeur in every frame, it’s also one of Netflix’s most expensive shows. For that same reason, it has a seemingly endless list of spectacular filming locations, too.
Here, we have the full list of filming locations used by The Crown in seasons one, two, three and four. You can scroll for the full list, or skip ahead to your chosen region: London, England, Scotland, Wales, Spain or South Africa.