This summer could be the last chance to take the Coronation Street Tour without falling victim to Manchester rain.
The popular attraction is licensed to stay open until January 2016 – and with a renewal thought to be unlikely, the chances of seeing Weatherfield in decent weather are limited.
Coronation Street The Tour offers soap and TV fans the chance to go behind the scenes of Manchester’s Quay Street studios and explore Coronation Street’s cobbled streets.
The attraction gives an insight into how the show is made, with access to the green room, dressing rooms, wardrobe and the television studio where authentic sets, props and costumes are on display. There is also an opportunity to have a souvenir photo taken behind the bar of the Rovers Return.
One of the highlights is a grand reveal onto Coronation Street itself, where guests can get once-in-a-lifetime snaps posing outside iconic locations and re-enacting favourite scenes from the show.
Throughout the summer holidays, from July 21 until August 30, Coronation Street The Tour will be extending its opening hours with tours running from 9.30am until 8pm (9pm on Saturdays) and special twilight street tours taking place from 6pm.
Every Friday evening from 6pm guests will also be able to enjoy a barbeque and beverages out on the cobbles.
Final tour tickets are available now from www.ticketmaster.co.uk/coronationstreet
Adult tickets cost £17, children £15.50 www.coronationstreettour.co.uk