Filming location in Pride and Prejudice

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Pemberleys Sculpture Room

During her visit to Pemberley, Elizabeth, accompanied by her relatives, stumbles upon a room adorned with sculptures, one of which strikingly resembles Mr. Darcy. This captivating scene unfolds in the UK, specifically in the town of Bakewell, Derbyshire.

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“A handsome face. Lizzie, is it a true likeness of him?”

Mrs Gardiner (Elizabeths Aunt)

Where was Pemberley’s Sculpture Room filmed?

In the scene where Elizabeth marvels at the lifelike statue of Mr. Darcy, the backdrop is none other than the genuine Sculpture Gallery at Chatsworth House, located in Bakewell, Derbyshire, UK.

More about Chatsworth House’s Sculpture Gallery

The Sculpture Gallery at Chatsworth House is an emblem of art and history. The gallery houses a collection of sculptures that spans 4,000 years, from ancient civilizations to modern works. Visitors can admire pieces from renowned artists and dive deep into the legacy of art that the gallery upholds.

Scenes filmed at the Sculpture Gallery at Chatsworth House

Elizabeth Sees Darcy’s Statue
While looking around Pemberley’s sculpture room, Elizabeth (Keira Knightley) spots a statue of Mr. Darcy. She takes a moment to look at it closely. The housekeeper, Mrs. Reynolds, talks a bit about Mr. Darcy, making Elizabeth think more about him.

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