Thursday, 7 January 2016

Corrie sites to visit in Manchester

For fans planning a trip to Manchester who want to see some Corrie sights, where would you recommend they visit in addition to these suggestions below... ?

Visit the exterior of the Granada TV  Building on Quay Street. On the entrance, up the steps leading into the building are blue plaques dedicated to some of the Corrie classic actors.  Well worth a look.

Find the Coronation Street mural in the Northern Quarter. If you find it and can tell us which street it's in, please do so we can let other fans know.  Here's a picture of it.

Corrie walking tours around Manchester are operated by the following:

New Manchester Walks

Visit Manchester 

Corrie tours around Manchester by taxi 

Places to visit in central Manchester: 

Annie's restaurant - owned by Jennie McAlpine (FIz) and partner Chirs Farr. Located just off St. Ann's Square on Old Bank Street, Annies is tucked away from the hustle and bustle and the interior reflects just that with its cosy feel.

Ascott Hotel (as stayed in by Ken in 2007): 6 Half Edge Lane, Eccles. M30 9GJ

Audrey's house (old filming location): 91A Victoria Road, Salford. M6 8EF.

Audrey's house (current filming location): Manor Road, Salford. (Not sure of the number, but it's opposite the junction with Dronfield Road)

Chimney Pot Park (used in old credits, and sometimes used for Red Rec): Langworthy Road, Salford

Heaton Park, Manchester (used for larger Red Rec scenes, including the boating lake where Roy and Hayley had their first kiss): Manchester M25 2SW

Church of St Mary the Virgin, Prestwich (used for many Corrie weddings and funerals)

Phelan's house: 5 Ringley Chase, Whitefield

The Old Grapes pub was once owned by Liz Dawn (Vera Duckworth) on Little Quay St.

Visit a pub called The Rovers Return in Salford, Manchester.

Further out from Manchester:
The Navigation Inn, once owned by Pat Phoenix (Elsie Tanner)
The Lantern Pike Inn, where Tony Warren wrote his first Corrie scripts
Doris Speed's house, commemorated by Manchester City Council with a plaque

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Bezza said...

The Daisy Nook garden centre is always worth a visit for its Corrie display and you can sometimes meet stars from the past and present

Greg Parker said...

Coronation Street Mural is outside Affleks Palace corner of Short and Oldham Street, in the Northern Quarter

Scott Willison said...

Lal Qila restaurant on Deansgate was the pub Liz McDonald owned in the 90s when she separated from Jim -

Jason Jones said...

Poison Ivy

A Northern Lass said...

And don’t forget to go and see the Tony Warren exhibition at Salford Museum 😀

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