You Can VISIT the House Used in the Filming of Disney’s ‘Cruella’

There are a lot of Disney films coming soon, but the latest to release was Cruella!

©Disney | ‘Cruella’

The live-action film gives the origin story of Cruella de Vil from 101 Dalmatians. It premiered in theaters and on Disney+ Premier Access, and Disney has been celebrating its release with new merchandise, snacks, and special events. And if you want to celebrate the new film in grand fashion, you can visit one of the filming locations!

According to Yahoo, the house used in the filming of the movie (belonging to Baroness von Hellman) is actually the Englefield Estate. If it looks familiar, that’s because you’ve probably seen it in other films like X-Men: First Class, Black Mirror, and The King’s Speech.

©Englefield Estate

The house was built in 1558 and its decor was transformed for use in the film. Alice Felton, the film’s set decorator, and her team of designers added specific touches to the home to make it match the style of the Baroness, but they kept some of the original design elements that gave the estate its “grand” look.


And if you were swept away by this stunning house, then you can stop by to visit the gardens! The house itself isn’t open to visitors, but you’re welcome to tour the garden area and you can even get married there. That sounds like a fun way to spend the day!

©Englefield Estate

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