There are plenty of 'Instagrammable' locations featured in the third season of Bridgerton but an Oxfordshire landmark tops the list. 

With the third season of the hit show Bridgerton back on our screens today (Thursday, May 16), a new study has revealed the most Insta-worthy filming locations across the UK.

The study conducted by QR Code Generator analysed Instagram data for the filming locations of the upcoming season of Bridgerton, to uncover which have been tagged the most on the platform by users. 

Blenheim Palace in Woodstock was diamond of the season in top spot, with 201,951 posts featuring its hashtag. 

thisisoxfordshire: Blenheim Palace is diamond of the season. Picture by Julie KoretzBlenheim Palace is diamond of the season. Picture by Julie Koretz

This Oxfordshire palace first appeared in Queen Charlotte as Buckingham House but will feature in Bridgerton for the first time this season. 
The London location of Hampton Court Palace in Richmond finished in second place.

Hampton Court Palace has been used as a filming location throughout Bridgerton with locations manager, Tony Hood, describing the Palace as "very square, very neat, very Regency". 

The spectacular house and gardens at Chiswick House will feature in church and carriage shots in the new season - and have landed the West London location third place on the list. 

The Old Royal Naval College, Wrest Park, Painshill Park and Luton Hoo Estate were also popular Bridgerton-inspired - with Wilton House, Basildon Park and Holburne Museum finishing off the top 10 list.