We have been working hard behind the scenes to develop our attractions and prepare for a safe re-opening of our tours. 2022 Tickets will become available shortly, to be the first to hear when our tickets go on sale, please add your email address to the ‘Register your interest’ form below. All ticket and gift ticket holders have been contacted, with tickets now automatically being extended through 2022.
Along with the return of our tours, building work has now started to bring an exciting new addition which we plan to announce in Summer 2022.
Keep your eyes peeled on our social channels for more information.
Many thanks for your patience and understanding in keeping our cast and crew safe, and helping to keep our show on the air.
About The Tour Itself
Coronation Street: The Tour, gives you the chance to explore the sensational outdoor set at MediaCityUK, Manchester, the live working production set where the show is filmed.
In this 60 minute tour, you’ll get access externally to all of the street’s most recognisable places; plus an exclusive look behind the scenes.
Stroll past the Roy’s Rolls Café or check out Kev’s car shop, Webster’s Auto Centre. Wander past the Kabin, head to the most action-packed pub in the North West, The Rovers Return and even Weatherfield North as you explore Coronation Streets’ famous cobbles.
Coronation Street: The Tour is the perfect attraction for any fan of the soap and a hugely entertaining day out.
Coronation Street: The Tour, is operated by Continuum Attractions in partnership with ITV Studios.
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