This scene, with Anne Boleyn (Jodie Turner-Smith) and Jane Seymour (Lola Petticrew) was filmed at Castle Howard. Credit Fable / The Falen Falcon

The Yorkshire historic castles and stately homes used for filming the Channel 5 Anne Boleyn drama

As Channel 5's tense, thought-provoking drama Anne Boleyn concludes tonight, Stephanie Smith finds which scenes were filmed at which Yorkshire's historic homes and castles.

Thursday, 3rd June 2021, 2:13 pm

Anne Boleyn was filmed across Yorkshire especially at Bolton Castle in Wensleydale, as Greenwich Palace and the Tower of London. Other locations include: Oakwell Hall, as Henry’s privy gallery and bedchamber and Hatfield House gardens; St Michael’s Church Emley, as the King's Hall and the Tower; Fountains Hall, the exterior of Greenwich Palace; East Riddlesden Hall, Greenwich Palace gardens and stables; Ripley Castle, as Greenwich Palace riverbank and bridleway; Markenfield Hall, as London streets and Seymour’s residence; Castle Howard, also Greenwich Palace riverbank and gardens, and Harewood House, as a bridleway.

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