Museum

  • Historic Town With Castle

    Historic Town With Castle

    A traditional market town sat on the River Ouse, this is a picturesque and quirky place full of history and character that ticks a lot of filmmakers boxes! It holds a delightful amount of olde worlde charm with its castle, 18th century brewery, architecture spanning the ages, and its medieval cobbled streets and twittens. Nestled…

  • Popular Coastal City

    Popular Coastal City

    Whatever you are looking to film, this city has it all – a large beach, pier, pier ruins, the eccentric Brighton Pavilion Palace, The Lanes, Pride, South Downs on its doorstep, arcades, antiques, Devil’s Dyke, culture, club scene, galleries andamp; street art, the marina, Volk’s Electric Railway, the famous Grand Hotel and the British Airways…

  • Brasserie Style Space

    Brasserie Style Space

    This pumping station originally provided water to Brighton and Hove from 1866 until 1975. Now an engineering and steam power collection with operational boilers and engines housed in high Victorian Gothic buildings with modern additions providing set build spaces. There is also an operational workshop, pond, grass lawn with glade of trees and engineers house…

  • 50 Acre Park

    50 Acre Park

    A beautiful 50 acre Green Flag park with a golf course, lake, café, bouldering wall, playground, forest, outdoor gym, parking, 15th century pub, manor house and toilet block. A versatile location for recreational filming.

  • Lively Seaside Town

    Lively Seaside Town

    This charming and traditional seaside town is a delight for filmmakers looking for a little bit of everything for their productions. With its history, you can see castle ruins, architectural gems from all the ages, winding streets and twittens and picturesque Tudor cottages. The town boasts a colourful and fun scene with its arcades and…

  • Tudor Mansion

    Tudor Mansion

    A beautiful T-shaped Tudor priory house with parts dating back to 1229, set on an island surrounded by a medieval moat in the Cuckmere Valley. Features include stunning grounds, restored water mill, oak beam Grade II listed Elizabethan Great Barn, 14th century gatehouse, attic, wood and parquet flooring, stone fireplace, wall panelling, exposed beams and…

  • Pumping Station Exterior

    Pumping Station Exterior

    This pumping station originally provided water to Brighton and Hove from 1866 until 1975. Now an engineering and steam power collection with operational boilers and engines housed in high Victorian Gothic buildings with modern additions providing set build spaces. There is also an operational workshop, pond, grass lawn with glade of trees and engineers house…

  • Grade I Listed Gardens With Lakes

    Grade I Listed Gardens With Lakes

    In 2019, this beautiful lakes and gardens location opened its doors after a closure of 10 years. This magnificent Grade I listed garden was nearly lost forever and has been the subject of the largest garden restoration in England and possibly Europe. These spectacular and ancient gardens are now open for the public to enjoy…

  • Museum In Historic Norman Building

    Museum In Historic Norman Building

    Museum housed in 12th century building with collections relating the film industry and airport

  • Medieval House

    Medieval House

    15th century timber framed Wealden hall house located in an historic town in the South Downs National Park. Features include authentically furnished rooms, wooden flooring, exposed timber beams, tile roof and a traditional planted Tudor garden. A stunning location for period filming and photography. Check out this virtual walk around: https://3dmediasolutions.co.uk/portfolio-items/anne-of-cleves-house/