The 21 Yorkshire stately homes that have been used for film and TV shoots

These country houses in Yorkshire have all appeared on our screens.

East Riddlesden Hall
East Riddlesden Hall

They've been used as filming locations for movies, TV costume dramas and other projects.

The family-owned stately home in North Yorkshire has appeared twice as Brideshead Castle in two different adaptations of Evelyn Waugh's novel Brideshead Revisited, in 1981 and 2008

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This house near Rotherham is being restored. Has appeared as Buckingham Palace in ITV's Victoria and in WW2 epic The Darkest Hour. House of Commons scenes in Jonathan Strange & Mr Norrell were shot here too
Family-owned estate near Wetherby where scenes from Victoria, The Darkest Hour and The Syndicate were all shot
This well-preserved Victorian house in Doncaster was the home of a coal mine-owning family. Has appeared in Victoria and The Darkest Hour
The estate near Skipton is a popular filming location and can be seen in Wuthering Heights (the 2009 version), Possession and The Thirteenth Tale
This Georgian manor near Ripon is still family-owned and has a glittering TV resume. It's appeared in Victoria, Peaky Blinders, Mansfield Park, Charles III and Poirot mystery The ABC Murders
The seat of the Lascelles family, Earls of Harewood, between Leeds and Harrogate, famously appears as Buckingham Palace in Victoria
The privately-owned house near Malton appears in a 2015 adaptation of the J B Priestley play An Inspector Calls. Scampston's dining room was used for interior shots oft he Birling family's mansion
The seat of the Barons Feversham near Helmsley is another TV regular. It's appeared in Victoria, Parade's End and a new adaptation of children's classic The Secret Garden
Owned by the Duke of Norfolk's family, this gothic house near Selby has appeared in Victoria, A Handful of Dust, Micawber and The Darling Buds of May
This gothic mansion near Harrogate has had screen time on Victoria, Sherlock Holmes, The Secret Garden, Lost in Austen, The ABC Murders and Utopia
The ruined abbey near Ripon played a starring role in the BBC's Gunpowder, where its vaults were used to depict the cellars beneath the Houses of Parliament. Also appeared in the class field trip scenes in The History Boys
This 17th-century manor house near Keighley was once owned by a Halifax mill baron and is now run by the National Trust. Appears in Gunpowder, Wuthering Heights and Sharpe's Justice
The Elizabethan house near Driffield was the fictional, decaying Angelfield in a 2013 adaptation of gothic horror novel The Thirteenth Tale. Interior scenes were shot in the red drawing room
This Elizabethan manor house in Birstall is open to the public and has strong links to the Bronte sisters. It has appeared in Gunpowder, Gentleman Jack and Jonathan Strange & Mr Norrell
This council-owned Tudor mansion in Leeds appears in Victoria and Jonathan Strange & Mr Norrell
The abbey in Leeds appears in Gunpowder and its cloisters are Mr Norrell's library in Jonathan Strange & Mr Norrell
The estate near Skipton appears in Gunpowder and Peaky Blinders
The family-owned house appears in Gunpowder and The Flaxton Boys
The ancestral home of the Lister family near Halifax appears in Gentleman Jack, a BBC drama about openly gay heiress Anne Lister. Also appears in Peterloo
The Elizabethan house near Hull is still owned by the Constable family. Appears in All Creatures Great and Small