25/06/2015 07:30 BST | Updated 25/06/2015 07:59 BST

11 Instagram Photos That Prove The UK Is Packed With Must-Visit Film Locations

Whether you dream of becoming a Quiddich champion or finding Mr Darcy, these stunning UK film locations will transport you into your favourite flick...

Cambridge: 'The Theory Of Everything'

As if you needed another reason to visit one of the world's most famous and beautiful universities, you can now walk in the footsteps of Eddie Redmayne as he relived the life of Stephen Hawking.

A photo posted by Tommy Sheffield (@sheffitm) on

Alnwick Castle: 'Harry Potter'

Pay a visit to the magical castle that became Hogwarts in the first two Harry Potter movies.

Ely Cathedral: 'The King's Speech'

Of all of the UK's cathedrals, Ely's is one of the most breathtaking.

A photo posted by Jeremy (@beaz78) on

County Antrim: 'Game of Thrones'

If you can't wait for the next series, head to County Antrim and see if you can spot the mythical locations.

A photo posted by Ricky G (@reekydot) on

Shropshire: 'Atonement'

It might be one of the most tragic love stories of all time, but that's no reason not to visit the quaint towns of Shropshire, where people still flock in their hundreds to visit to visit the place that Keira Knightley and James McAvoy stole the hearts of Jane Austin fanatics.

A photo posted by Kels 🌻 (@kels_in_the_city) on

Somerset: 'Hot Fuzz'

Just go and have a pint in a cosy pub where the classic British comedy was filmed.

A photo posted by Amy Lewin (@amylew27) on

Kensington Gardens: 'Bridget Jones'

Who wouldn’t want to visit all the iconic places of one of the best chick flicks ever? Check out the fountain where Colin Firth and Hugh Grant fought for Bridget's affection.

A photo posted by Michaela (@bledemodra) on

Cotswolds: 'The Holiday'

The Holiday kickstarted a trend for homeswapping, with everyone wanting a piece of the Cotswolds. Who can blame them?

A photo posted by @shopsaison on

Notting Hill Bookshop: 'Notting Hill'

Lightening might strike twice, and you could find the love of your life strolling around Notting Hill.

A photo posted by Alan Reid (@snapsbyalan) on

Chatsworth House: 'Pride And Prejudice'

Because who doesn't want to hop into the set of a Jane Austin adaptation?

A photo posted by Jonny Bland (@iamjbland) on

Bletchley Park: 'The Imitation Game'

Benedict Cumberbatch said himself: “To work where these people breathed, lived, loved, worked, struggled, kept secrets, were quietly, stoically heroic, was overwhelming," so it'd be criminal for you not to visit.

A photo posted by Sam Brookes (@brookesy_95) on

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