Nick Jonas’s Sucker Music Video Location – The Hatfield House in Hertfordshire
The Jonas Brothers sent their fans into a frenzy, when they announced their return after 6 long years of hiatus. Their return to the charts is iconic as the singles by Nick, Joe and Kevin is now trending at No.1 on the Billboard Hot 100.
The Sucker music video is shot in the historic and famous Hatfield House in Hertfordshire, UK. The music video has Nick and wife Priyanka Chopra, Joe and fiancé Sophie Turner, and Kevin and wife Danielle Jonas who take you through a tour of this amazing castle.
Do you know?
This is the same house where Queen Elizabeth grew up.
The legendary location dates back to 16th century. It was opened in 1611.
Explore the Hatfield House
There are 14 different zones in the Hatfield House that hold their own story & charisma. The parks in front and back are perfect place for an afternoon tea or evening fun session.
- The Rainbow Portrait
- The Marble Hall
- The Grand Staircase
- The King James Drawing Room
- The Chinese Bedroom
- The Long Gallery
- The North Gallery
- The Winter Dining Room
- The Library
- The Adam & Eve Staircase
- The Chapel
- The Armoury
- The Victorian Kitchen
- The Old Palace
Hatfield House Entry Details
The house is open from Tuesday to Sundays from 10 am onward. Every area has a different closing time. Check the details while booking your entry.
Hatfield House Visit Fee Details
**Free entry to the East Garden on Wednesdays is applicable to those visitors who hold a valid ticket to the House, Garden, Park & Woodland Walks or a ticket to the Garden, Park & Woodland Walks.
Planning your visit to Hertfordshire, the culture city of United Kingdom? Don’t miss these must visit attractions of the town.
Top 10 Attractions of Hertfordshire
- Shepreth Wildlife Park
- Knebworth House, Gardens & Park
- Topgolf Watford
- Natural History Museum
- Cassiobury Park
- Topgolf Watford
- Hitchin Town Square
- Berkhamsted Castle Cottage
Hertfordshire is calling. Plan your spring back here and make some magical memories at the stunning castles, wild days out, and cultural escapes.