22 Places In The UK that Jane Austen Fans Must Visit

BuzzFeed compiled a list of beautiful places that every Jane Austen fan should visit. And if I had the money, I would be hopping on a plane right now. Check them out (not in any particular order):

1. Jane Austen House Museum, Hampshire

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No list can be complete without putting the Jane Austen House Museum. I’ve been there twice and I love it! Apart from the interesting historical artifacts, you have the gorgeous surroundings to make it a perfect outing.

2. Chawton House, Hampshire

Chawton House, Hampshire

Located not too far from the Jane Austen Museum, Chawton House was the house of Jane’s brother Edward. Now, the house’s library is open to visitors along with the gardens..

3. Winchester Cathedral, Hampshire

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Where Jane Austen is buried.

4. The Jane Austen Centre, Somerset

The Jane Austen Centre, Somerset

A small museum located in Bath, where Austen lived for a time.

5. Basildon Park, Berkshire

Mr. Bingley’s House in the 2005 adaptation of Pride and Prejudice

6. Belton House, Lincolnshire

Belton House, Lincolnshire

House used as Rosings Park, Lady Catherine de Bourgh’s house, in the 1995 adaptation of Pride and  Prejudice

7. Lyme Park, Cheshire

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Pemberley! Or what was used as Pemberely in the 1995 adaptation of Pride and Prejudice.

8. Chatsworth House, Derbyshire

Chatsworth House, Derbyshire

Not only used as Pemberley in the 2005 adaptation Pride and Prejudice, it is also one of the estates Elizabeth visited during her lake tour with her aunt and uncle.

9. Box Hill, Surrey

Have yourself a Box Hill picnic, just like Emma!

10. Lacock Village, Wiltshire

Location not only used in the 1995 adaptation of Pride and Prejudice as the village of Meryton, but Harry Potter was filmed here.

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