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*CORONATION STREET - The Tour 
including admission 

Walk down the famous cobbles

 

Calling all Corrie and TV fans, it’s time to get a taste of the real thing!

Coronation Street The Tour gives you the chance to explore the sensational external sets at MediaCityUK, open to the public for the first time.

Your 80 minute experience will take in Coronation Street, Rosamund Street and the newly extended, never before seen, Victoria Street.

Wander through Weatherfield on a fully guided tour of the working set. Recall stories from yesteryear, hear filming secrets, take selfies on the street and follow in the footsteps of your favourite characters down those Coronation Street cobbles.

We also visit Salford Quays.

 
 


   
*EMMERDALE The Studio Experience 
including admission 

Be part of the ultimate Emmerdale Studio Experience Tour at the iconic ITV studio in Leeds. The studio has been transformed into an interactive experience showcasing the behind-the-scenes magic that takes place during the making of the much-loved series. As the walk through tour unfolds you will discover how sets, storylines and characters are born; initially on paper and then brought to life using state-of-the-art technology and set designs.  Later spend some free in Leeds City Centre

 
 


   
*EMMERDALE The Village Tour 
including admission 

The live working TV set located within the Harewood Estate in Leeds, that has witnessed many-a spectacle, will open its gates as cast and crew down scripts for the weekend. Visitors will be able to marvel at the beauty of the picturesque farming village as they meander down the lane to the surreal sight of stone cladded shops and homes nestled amongst the rolling hills. Sauntering past the familiar haunts of Home Farm, Bob’s Café, The Woolpack, the village Church and rows of stone cottages known as home to your favourite Emmerdale characters, guides will share secrets, stories and reveal fascinating facts behind the making of the, multi award winning, ITV soap.

 
 


   
.NEW YEAR SPECIAL - City of Lincoln  
2nd PASSENGER ONLY £5 

Possessing magnificent architectural heritage, centred on its world famous Cathedral and Castle, Lincoln is a vivacious City – mixing 2000 years of heritage with excellent shopping facilities and a lively arts and events programme. The historic Cathedral Quarter is close to some of the major attractions and offers the visitor a unique shopping experience. Many fine specialist shops including boutiques, antique, craft, book and gift shops line the cobbled streets.

 
 


   
.NEW YEAR SPECIAL - Frodsham Market & Dagfields 
2nd PASSENGER ONLY £5 

Frodsham Market & Dagfields Crafts & Antiques

 
 


   
.NEW YEAR SPECIAL - Ludlow Market & Moreton Park G 
2nd PASSENGER ONLY £5 
 
 


   
.NEW YEAR SPECIAL - Market Drayton & Shrewsbury 
2nd PASSENGER ONLY £5 

Market Drayton Every Wednesday Cheshire Street, the main road through the town, is closed off to allow local stallholders to set up and sell their wares. You’ll find everything from clothing and electrical goods to linens and products for pets. There is also much local, fresh produce that is ideal to liven up your dinner plate.

Shrewsbury is set amidst glorious countryside near to the Welsh Borders, it is one of England's finest medieval market towns. But stuck in the past it is not! The town centre is packed with timber-framed black & white buildings, steep narrow streets and alleyways. Charles Darwin was born and educated in Shrewsbury and all around you will find reminders of his association with the town.

 
 


   
.NEW YEAR SPECIAL - Salford Quays or Trafford Cent 
2nd PASSENGER ONLY £5 

Salford Quays for Lowry & Designer Outlet & Imperial War Museum.

Trafford Centre for Shopping

 
 


   
.NEW YEAR SPECIAL - Saltaire Village & The Mill Ou 
2nd PASSENGER ONLY £5 

Saltaire Village is near Bradford in West Yorkshire. It is named after Sir Titus Salt who built a textile mill, known as Salts Mill and this village on the River Aire. In December 2001, Saltaire was designated a World Heritage Site by UNESCO. We also visit The Mill Outlet in Batley.  The Mill is the UK's biggest retail mill, with 4 huge floors of fashion, furniture, homewares and gifts at permanently discounted prices of 30% and more from high street prices.

 
 


   
.NEW YEAR SPECIAL - Snowdrop Walk @ Lytham Hall &  
2nd PASSENGER ONLY £5 - inc admission & guided tour 

Lytham Hall for Snowdrop Walk & House Tour inc guided tour & admission

At Lytham Hall you are welcome to follow a trail through the parkland and enjoy the abundance of snowdrops. There is also a tour of Lytham Hall itself.

 
 


   
.NEW YEAR SPECIAL - Welsh Alpine Circular 
2nd PASSENGER ONLY £5 
 
 


   
A Brief Encounter & Leighton Hall 
including afternoon tea 

Carnforth Station Heritage Centre and the Brief Encounter Refreshment Room opened in 2003 following 3 years work to renovate the derelict buildings of Carnforth Station. Visitors from all over the world, come to enjoy the nostalgia of the station, which has been restored to its 1940s glory when it was used as the setting for David Lean’s film “Brief Encounter”. In the afternoon we visit Leighton Hall for an entertaining house tour, take a stroll through the pretty gardens before witnessing a breath taking display of falconry from our birds of prey, weather permitting. Finally, we visit the tea rooms, serving afternoon tea like it used to be, in proper tea cups, with sandwiches and homemade cakes especially made for our party.

 
 


   
Alton Towers 
including admission 
 
 


   
Ashton under Lyne Market 
 

One of the biggest outdoor markets in the region (140 stalls) also Ashton’s famous Indoor Market Hall for fantastic fresh produce, all situated in a flat, pedestrianised, compact town centre.

 
 


   
Bakewell Market & Derbyshire Dales 
 

A world class destination stretching from the dramatic moorland and breathtaking landscapes of Britain's first National Park to the ancient oaks of the National Forest in the south of the county. With a fascinating historical and cultural heritage, this unique and diverse region is home to some of the country's finest stately homes, enchanting market towns and picturesque villages.The name Bakewell originates from 'Bad-kwell' meaning 'bath-spring'.  Bakewell is the only market town in the National Park. The charter for its Monday market was granted in 1330, the third year of King Edward III's forty year reign. The market consists of both domestic stalls and a cattle market. There are many shops clustered around Bakewell's marketplace.

 
 


   
Bala & Barmouth 
 

Barmouth’s location on the west coast of North Wales and lying between a mountain range and the sea on the mouth of the river Mawddach is arguably one of the most beautiful locations in Wales. It rests just within the south west corner of Snowdonia National Park and is seeped in a history rich with connections to the shipping and slate industries.

 
 


   
BANGOR ON DEE RACES * 
including coach travel & course admission 
 
 


   
Barnard Castle & Highforce Waterfalls 
 

A historic ‘beacon status’ market town full of local character, built around the 12th century castle from which it took its name. The town boasts Georgian Buildings, with cobbled market place, riverside & woodland walks. A short drive takes us to High Force Waterfall, England’s largest waterfall that is reached via a short woodland walk from the coach park, with a picnic area and gift shop.

 
 


   
Betws-y-Coed & Welsh Highland Railway 
including train journey 

After a stop in Betws-y-Coed we travel by train from Porthmadog to Rhyd Ddu for the trip on the Welsh Highland Railway.  The train runs around seemingly impossible bends, up hard gradients and around the foothills of Snowdon.

 
 


   
Bewdley on Severn & Bridgnorth Cliff Railway 
including railway 

England’s oldest and steepest inland ‘electric funicular railway’. For over a century Bridgnorth Cliff Railway has been transporting the people of the town up and down the 111ft sandstone cliffs that separate High Town from Low Town, and the River Severn.

 
 
 
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