Exactly how devoted a Jane Austen fan are you: know your Dashwoods from your Woodhouses? Your Pemberley from your Uppercross? Do you have incredibly strong and immovable opinions about whether Macfadyen or Firth is the supreme Darcy? For those not content with immersing themselves in the text, a gift: I've compiled all the primary places from Austen's novels, plus some filming locations, too, should you fancy a visit. Wondering where Jane Austen's novels were set? Keep reading.
There's plenty of locations across the UK dedicated to the real life novelist, as Bustle notes: there's a Jane Austen Centre in Bath, complete with guides in costume, while you can visit her house in Chawton, Hampshire. Or you can pay your respects in person (sort of) by visiting her grave in Winchester Cathedral, which offers a chipper-sounding "Tour and Tea" event. But if you're more about the novels than the author herself, there's plenty of places across the UK to picture yourself as a Jane Austen character. Emma fans might gravitate towards Box Hill, Surrey, while Persuasion fans should take a (careful) visit to the Cobb, Lyme Regis. And then there's the filming locations of the many, many Austen adaptations. Hoping to fit it all in, Janeites? You might have to take a month off work.