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Monday, 5 October 2015

Trick or treat on Coronation Street tour

Coronation Street the tour are offering fans the chance to have Halloween on the cobbles - and they're staying open until 1am!

The Corrie tour will be hosting a range of spooktacular activities this Halloween including "Trick or Street", spooky street tours, monster make overs and eerie experiences through the witching hour on Halloween itself.

Throughout Halloween week the Street will make a seasonal transformation as the homes are dressed in gruesome garlands and pumpkins are displayed in the gardens. Children (and adults!) are invited to dress up in their spookiest Halloween costumes to partake in "Trick Or Street" to discover what is lurking behind the doors of Numbers 9, 11 and 13 Coronation Street. Will it be a mischievous trick or a yummy treat? Trick or Streeting will be available Monday to Friday from 10am to 6pm and on Halloween until 9pm.

Discover all about the more frightening side of the street with special guided street tours. Guides will divulge the secrets from different crime scenes including the builders' yard where Rob Donovan pushed Tina McIntyre over the balcony, the location where Richard "Tricky Dicky" Hillman murdered Maxine Peacock with a crowbar and many more.

Audrey's Salon will also play host to face painting every day, throughout the week from 11am to 6pm, transforming guests into anything from superheroes to monsters; a small charge applies.

On Halloween night guests can take a tour into the eerie hours and experience the studio and the street at their spookiest. These tours are the same as our regular tours and guests will still benefit from the optional spooky street tours. From 9.30pm to 1am tours will run every half an hour.

This is the last chance to experience Halloween at the former Coronation Street filming site as the tour will be coming to an end on December 31st 2015.

Book tickets here. 

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2 comments:

Kylie O'Reilly said...

They should have done Craig style character stencil cut outs on those pumpkins

Dolly Tubb said...

Should be turnips really, not pumpkins :)

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