|Longbourn, home of the Bennets from Pride and Prejudice|
When Helen Wilkinson of P&P Tours brings her groups to "Longbourn", many of the ladies who are fans of the BBC adaptation of Jane Austen's classic will dress up in Regency attire to fully immerse themselves in the experience, especially if they are there for a Ball or a Regency dinner arranged by Helen for their enjoyment. This location is so familiar to so many fans of the BBC miniseries that many a heart will skip a beat when the garden gate comes into view, or the view of the house and church are first spied.
|"Are the shades of Pemberley to be thus polluted?"|
Inside the house, it seems that enough of the interior is recognizable so that one can imagine Mrs. Bennet receiving gentle raillery from her husband.
|"I have the utmost respect for your nerves. They've been my constant companion these twenty years."|
-Quoted from The Making of Pride and Prejudice, Penguin Books, BBC books