The King's Speech Locations
The King's Speech is a British historical biographical drama film directed by Tom Hooper, written by David Seidler. Starring Colin Firth, Geoffrey Rush, Helena Bonham Carter, Derek Jacobi, Robert Portal, Richard Dixon, Charles Armstrong, and Andrew Havill, the film follows the story of King George VI who copes with a stammer. It premiered at the Telluride Film Festival on 6 September 2010, won four Oscars including "Best Motion Picture of the Year". The King's Speech was shot in London, England, UK. Filming locations included Elland Road Stadium in Leeds, Odsal Stadium in Bradford, Knebworth House and Hatfield House in Hertfordshire, and so on. Filming also took place at the Elstree Film Studios.
The King's Speech Locations Map
Where was The King's Speech Filmed?
|33 Portland Pl||51.520035||-0.145414|
|Battersea Power Station||51.481792||-0.144545|
|Elstree Film Studios||51.658070||-0.269313|
|Old Royal Naval College||51.483192||-0.005932|
|Queen Street Mill Textile Museum||53.810497||-2.201668|