THE Frankenstein Chronicles is soon returning for a third series.
Here’s everything you need to know about where it’s filmed in Northern Ireland…
Where is The Frankenstein Chronicles filmed?
The third series of The Frankenstein Chronicles is filmed solely in Northern Ireland at various locations including…
Ulster Folk & Transport Museum
The Ulster Folk & Transport museum is situated in Cultra about seven miles east of Belfast.
It features a reconstruction of an early 20th century Irish town “Ballycultra” which includes thatched cottages, schools and shops.
The Discovery Farm portrays life on farms from 100 years ago with a Blacksmith’s forge and horse drawn carriages.
Galgorm Castle is a Jacobean castle situated in Ballymena, County Antrim.
It dates back to 1607 and is said to be haunted by the ghost of Dr Alexander Colville – an alchemist who reputedly sold his soul to the devil for gold and knowledge.
The Youngs, a family of rich linen merchants, bought the Estate in 1850 and their cousin Sir Roger Casement lived here for six years while he was at Ballymena Academy.
Patterson’s Spade Mill
Patterson’s Spade Mill is situated in Templepatrick, Ballyclare.
The 18th century structure is a simple single-storey stone house.
The mill, now owned by the National Trust is the last working water-driven spade mill in daily use in the British Isles.
Ballywalter Park is situated in Newtownards, County Down.
The mansion is the currenlty home of Lord & Lady Dunleath and has been in the family for 170 years.
The house and surrounding grounds are a popular filming location and have been used for various productions including 37 Days, Christopher & His Kind and Hitler on Trial.
Craigavon House is located in a suburb of East Belfast.
The building was made available as a hospital for wounded soldiers in 1917 and became known as the UVF hospital.
In 1992 the residents moved into a new building nearby which became the Somme Nursing Home.
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When is The Frankenstein Chronicles on ITV?
The third series of The Frankenstein Chronicles starts on July 24 at 10.45pm on ITV.
The drama is set in Georgian London in 1827 and is based on Mary Shelley’s novel Frankenstein.
The first series aired in 2015 and is available to watch on Netflix.