Film Hampshire is the official film office for the county and our role is to promote Hampshire as a great film location, as well as providing film makers with a valuable free location finding service.
We have 400 locations listed on our database, covering everything from country houses to parks, forests and beaches.
Downton Abbey is filmed in Hampshire and the county has been the backdrop for many famous productions over the years. Most recently these include Wolf Hall, Mission: Impossible Rogue Nation, The Hollow Crown: Wars of the Roses and Avengers: Age of Ultron.
Why film in Hampshire?
Only 75 miles from London
Our support for crews filming in the area
Unique locations including two National Parks, Ministry of Defence sites, steam trains and a steam ship
Over 400 film locations
Excellent transport links
Home of Black Hangar and Banshee Studios
Historical landmarks include: King Arthur's Round Table, HMS Victory, the Mary Rose and Jane Austen's House Museum
Having spent around fifty days a year shooting Downton Abbey at Hampshire's Highclere Castle, I have seen what the county has to offer. With its good transport links, spectacular scenery and great locations it really is a joy to film in the area.
- A series of nine filmmaking masterclasses will be taking place at Winchester Discovery from 15th April. Broadchurch director speaks at Winchester Discovery Centre to celebrate launch of new Hampshire film company
- Carnival and ITV have confirmed that popular TV series Downton Abbey will end after its sixth series. Downton Abbey to end after the next series
- Wolf Hall reignites interest in Winchester's Tudor heritage