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Coronation Street Tour: Tickets Go On Sale

Life returns to the city centre set of famous soap

Published on March 12th 2014.


Coronation Street Tour: Tickets Go On Sale
 

From Wednesday 12 March booking goes live for Coronation Street: The Tour.

Interior room sets will be on display as part of the behind the scenes tour, giving visitors an opportunity to see where some famous scenes were filmed and revealing insights behind the production.

The tour will be open for six months from 5 April and the public will have the opportunity to walk on the hallowed cobbles

Tours can be booked here.

The highlight of the tour will be, of course, the Street itself and fans will be able to photographs outside the Rovers Return, Roy’s Rolls or the Kabin.

Interior room sets will be on display as part of the behind the scenes tour, giving visitors an opportunity to see where some famous scenes were filmed and revealing insights behind the production.

Studio guides will reveal facts behind the making of the soap from 1960 to 2013 and the move to MedaCityUK at the Quays in Trafford.

There'll also be peeks into a star’s dressing room, rare footage of the soap and time to reminisce over favourite plots and characters. 

"They're doing tours? What about my face"

Juliana Delaney, Chief Executive of Continuum Leading Attractions said:

“It’s is very exciting to go live with tickets for Coronation Street The Tour. We have experienced a real buzz of excitement pre opening and we are expecting the tickets to fly. Continuum Leading Attractions is very privileged to be involved in a national treasure that brings so much pleasure to people. We will honour this by making it a memorable guest experience to be talked about for a long time to come.”

Paul Simpson, managing director at Visit Manchester, added:

“Today is a fantastic day for tourism in Greater Manchester. Coronation Street is the UK’s best-loved soap and the new tour has been very highly anticipated since it was announced that the Street would open for a limited period this year. I’m sure that the attraction will be a hugely popular and will make for a great day out in the city.”

Tickets £16.50 here.

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Ric PouMarch 14th 2014.

Isn't this old set for Constipation Street not full size so can visitors actually go inside. Have they preserved Hilda Ogden's Ducks?

rinkydinkMarch 16th 2014.

What does Patricia Carnival, city centre supremo and Christmas spokesperson have to say on the matter?

1 Response: Reply To This...
AnonymousMarch 16th 2014.

What a pointless comment. Get a life.

AnonymousMarch 28th 2014.

Trish Karney has been conspicuous through his silence lately. He must be in Benidorm getting a tan.

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