The Outstanding Five Filming Locations of Cinderella Movie

The movie Cinderella released on 3rd march 2015 captured the hearts of its viewers with the stunning screen play, story and of course locations. The travels can look into the captivating locations in real life by visiting them. The visit in real life can help in reconnecting to the different moment of the movie that was captured beautifully.  The five filming locations that were captured magnificently are listed below.

Old Royal Naval College, Greenwich, London, England, UK

The huge alley with the painted walls and huge windows through which the light perfectly shines the interior was a hall of Old Royal Naval College and in Cinderella has been the interior of the Palace. The Hall of Old Royal Naval College has the largest painting on its ceiling. The beauty and the royal interior matched the required demands for the palace in Cinderella. The Old Royal Naval College can be visited easily although there are fixed timings. The place is also located near London Excel Center.

Old Royal Naval College UK
Old Royal Naval College UK

Black Park, Iver Heath, Buckinghamshire, England, UK

The woods where the Cinderella meets the prince for the first time was shot in the Black Park. The woods, where it was shown that Cinderella spends a part of her life making friends and enjoying the nature was lush Black Park with over 500 acres of woodlands, trails and a lot of other offered activities. The Black Park in Buckinghamshire is a country Park where the public can visit easily.

Black Park Iver Heath UK
Black Park Iver Heath UK

Black Park Iver Heath
Black Park Iver Heath

Blenheim Palace, Woodstock, Oxfordshire, England, UK

The Birth Place of Sir Winston Churchill, Blenheim Palace is a beautiful place which is built on 2000 acres of Parkland and formal gardens. Blenheim Palace was for sure the best place to be chosen for the additional shots of palace. The Blenheim Palace was the prime inspiration of the castle built in Cinderella movie. the rest of the sets for the continuity were built in pine studios where the ball dance was shot, the conversation of prince and king along with the spectacular moments of the prince and Cinderella made it look real and magnificent when shot in Blenheim Palace. The tours for the tourists are also available for Blenheim Palace and as the prince says “believe me” there is a lot to see whether the architecture, gardens or the spectacular interior.

Blenheim Palace
Blenheim Palace

Blenheim
Cliveden House UK

Cliveden House, Taplow, Buckinghamshire, England, UK

The clock that strikes 12 and the spell is broken, is in actual a huge clock tower located in Cliveden House. The Clievden is in actual a luxury hotel but for the movie makers its Clock Tower was an inspiration to build a grand clock that warned Cinderella about the mid night. Any tourist who loves Cinderella can go and enjoy this luxury Hotel as well as simply recall the scenes of Cinderella by looking at the huge clock tower.

Cliveden House
Cliveden House

Pinewood Studios, Iver Heath, Buckinghamshire, England, UK

The set of magnificent exterior of the castle was built in Pinewood Studios. The huge and perfect exterior with the fountain, stairs, and white interior and huge pathways was all built in pinewood studios. This is a place that cannot be visited without any special reference. Certain other popular series have been shot here including The Walking Dead and Vampire Diaries along with blockbuster films like, Catching Fire, Lawless and X-Men.

Pinewood Studios
Pinewood Studios

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