The National Trust's beautiful heritage sites attract thousands of tourists each year, but these stunning locations have also been making a name for themselves on the silver screen.
The famous landmarks have proven to be the perfect setting for many recent blockbusters, with up to 15 major film shoots taking place at National Trust sites each year. So where can these famous movie spots be found?
Tim Burton's Alice in Wonderland, nominated for three Academy Awards at this weekend's ceremony, was filmed at Anthony House in Cornwall, while the recently released Never Let Me Go was shot at Ham House in Surrey.
Harry Potter fans have got a number of places to visit as the last installments, Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 1 & 2 were filmed in three locations. Derbyshire's Hardwick Hall was transformed into Malfoy Manor, Freshwater West in Pembrokeshire is the home of Bill Weasley's Shell Cottage and Lavenham Guildhall in Suffolk was used to film scenes in Godrick's Hollow.
If that's not enough to pack in, there are plenty more set locations for the movie buffs out there. Visit The National Trust website and find out where to go on their movie map. Who knows, you might just get caught on camera.