• 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,…

  • 19th Century Jail Venue

    19th Century Jail Venue

    This spooky jailhouse was built in 1836 and is situated at the end of a secret, hidden passageway in an historic market town. Known as both a hotspot for ghost tours as well as a live music/comedy/theatre venue, this is a truly unique location for filming and photography.

  • Industrial Heritage Museum

    Industrial Heritage Museum

    Nestled in the rural heartland of a National Park is this open-air industrial heritage museum – formerly chalk pits with quarries, kilns and associated buildings. The museum focusses on transport, industry, communications, craft and nature through a variety of exhibits and features including industrial narrow-gauge and standard-gauge railways, trains, a village garage and cycle shop,…

  • Concrete Tunnel

    Concrete Tunnel

    Opened in 19801, this tunnel stretches for approximately 430 metres and bores through a chalk hillside at the eastern edge of a popular historic town.

  • Pedestrian Tunnel Leading To Beach

    Pedestrian Tunnel Leading To Beach

    Pedestrian tunnel with leading to the seafront of a small coastal village. The second half of the tunnel has beautiful sea life murals on either side. A great location for urban/seafront filming.

  • Workshop


    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…

  • Concrete Road Tunnel

    Concrete Road Tunnel

    Large concrete road tunnel under the busy A27, towards the foot of the South Downs National Park.

  • Canal


    Tow path running alongside a canal basin with some areas passing through open farmland and mature tree sections along the way. The canal is used for a range of activities such as fishing and rowing. A lovely spot for filming with a mixture of nature and town.

  • Two Lane Tunnel

    Two Lane Tunnel

    2 lane road tunnel running under the A27 on the very outskirts of Brighton. Gritty, urban setting great for road filming.

  • Graffitied Underpass

    Graffitied Underpass

    A colourful graffitied underpass in a busy seaside town, this art-meets-gritty street life makes a fantastic urban filming location.