Tourist Attraction

  • Wooden Bridge In Woodland  Surrounding

    Wooden Bridge In Woodland Surrounding

    Bridge originally built in 1907 (with later replacements and rebuilds) which features in a popular children’s’ book. Located in a historic forest in the heart of the High Weald Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, this is a magical and enchanting spot for filming and photography.

  • Grade II* Listed Traditional English Pier

    Grade II* Listed Traditional English Pier

    Traditional English pier that stretches for approximately 300 metres out into the sea. Features include a fish and chip shop, Victorian tearooms, café/bar, nightclub, picnic tables and fishing spots. A fine example of a Victorian pier, this iconic landmark, with its panoramic views, is a superb seafront location for filming and photography.

  • Stunning Clifftop Location

    Stunning Clifftop Location

    The magnificent clifftop location is – at its peak being 162 metres above sea level – Britain’s highest chalk sea cliff with absolutely breathtaking views both inland and out to sea. Its famous lighthouses both atop the cliffs and in the sea below them, beautiful scenery and undulating coastline make it an absolutely stunning and…

  • 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…

  • Large Pebble Beach With Pier and Promenade

    Large Pebble Beach With Pier and Promenade

    This famous, bustling and cosmopolitan seafront with a long pebble beach attracts tourists from far and wide and has so much going on, making it a fantastic filming location! Its Blue Flag waters are popular with swimmers and watersports enthusiasts. It has a 4 mile long promenade which has a number of cafés, restaurants, bars,…

  • Science Centre

    Science Centre

    Historic Grade II* listed observatory located in the heart of the countryside. With its imposing green domes, telescopes and interesting history, this is a fascinating and dramatic place for filming and photography.

  • Viewing Tower

    Viewing Tower

    This viewing platform is a visitor attraction located next to a beach overlooking the city of Brighton, the South Downs and the English coast. The giant glass viewing pod is available as a film location as is the large outdoor elevated terrace overlooking the beach. Inside spaces available are a replica Victorian toll booth, event…

  • Large Grade II Listed Pier

    Large Grade II Listed Pier

    Located in the heart of a popular coastal city, this large Grade II listed Victorian pleasure pier is 1,722 feet long and is the biggest attraction in the South East. It was opened in 1899 and is home to fairground rides, bars, restaurants and deckchairs to enjoy the beautiful sea views. A stunning location for…

  • Castle

    Castle

    Medieval castle in a historic town in East Sussex. It occupies a commanding position guarding the gap in the South Downs cut by the River Ouse and is a fantastic place for historic filming. Check out this virtual walk around: https://3dmediasolutions.co.uk/portfolio-items/lewes-castle/

  • Royal Pavilion Gardens

    Royal Pavilion Gardens

    The Royal Pavilion Garden is one of a few fully restored regency gardens in the country. The garden was restored following John Nash’s 1820s plans and conform as closely as possible to the original lists of plants supplied to George IV. Today, they are maintained under organic guidelines, using natural planting techniques and organic compost,…