Potential sites for filming in Aldershot and Farnborough.
You can find more information about filming on military land on the Ministry of Defence website.
Woodland, heathland, open spaces and waterways
A wide range of woodland and open heathland used as military training grounds.
Home of the annual Aldershot Military Tattoo until 1939. The site includes a stock car racing track and plays host to events throughout the year.
Built in the late 18th century and restored and reopened in 1991, the canal is now used as a recreational facility for boating, walking, cycling and angling.
Ornamental parks and gardens
Aldershot and Farnborough have more than 450 acres of parks, recreation grounds and gardens. For more information, visit our community, parks and leisure pages.
Aldershot and Farnborough have many historic buildings and parish churches. These include the following:
The Aldershot Observatory is a listed dome shaped building. The nine-inch refractor telescope, built by Sir Howard Grubb of Dublin in 1891, is equatorial mounted. The observatory is open to the public by appointment.
St Michael's Abbey
Including a stunning late 19th century monastery building and abbey, St Michael's Abbey is situated on a hill surrounded by its own conservation area and mature woodland.
The former home of the Empress Eugénie, Farnborough Hill is a mid-Victorian, Gothic inspired building commissioned by the publisher Thomas Longman that was completed in 1863. The building was bought by the Congregation of Christian Education in 1926 and is now run as a private school for girls.
Refurbished in the 1980s, Farnborough College of Technology contains some award winning modern glass structures.
The Farnborough Business Park houses several large 21st century office buildings as well as some listed, historic buildings that were formerly part of the Royal Aircraft Establishment.
Aldershot's centre combines Victorian heritage with modern shopping buildings and an indoor shopping centre. Farnborough town centre contains various styles of architecture, including two indoor shopping centres and a pedestrianised shopping area.
Built in the 1970s, the Princes Hall in Aldershot includes a large theatre (capacity 680), smaller conference rooms, changing facilities and a bar.
West End Centre
The West End Centre in Aldershot is a small arts centre with a theatre, gallery, dance studio and bar.
Aldershot Military Museum
Opened in 1984, the Aldershot Military Museum records the Victorian origins of the Military presence and the development of the Army Garrison since the 1860s. It also has an interesting mix of military vehicles in full working order.
Other potential film and TV locations
The Aldershot Lido is the largest lido in the South of England with diving boards, shallow areas and water slides.
Aldershot Recreation Ground
First used for Southern League matches in 1927 and still home to Aldershot Town Football Club.
Information on these locations
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