Many of the National Trust's properties and protected areas have been used as filming locations. This quiz gallery is for real film buffs, but we're sure most of you have seen the films and can play along too. We've made this gallery as part of our White Cliffs of Dover appeal month.
Lacock Abbey in Wiltshire
Each slide in this gallery will ask you to name a particular film that has used the National Trust property in question as a filming location. Answers will be posted at the bottom of these slides shortly. How many of the 12 will you get? Don't cheat!
This beautiful abbey has been used as a filming location several times, most notably Harry Potter (The Mirror of Erised was based here, as was the scene in which Harry frees the house elf Dobby. Meanwhile Professor Slughorn lives in the nearby village of Lacock)
However, there is another film on our mind that featured Lacock Abbey as a film location. This 2008 adaptation of a popular 2001 novel saw the abbey transformed into a Tudor palace fit for a king...
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