Calling all Emmerdale fans! This four hour tour will take you to all the original filming locations around West Yorkshire.
- Leeds (West Yorkshire)
- Gift Voucher valid for 1 Participant
Fans of the popular British soap are sure to be indulged on this Emmerdale Filming Locations Bus Tour in Leeds. You'll hop aboard your own coach and - led by an engaging registered guide - visit locations instantly familiar to scores of households across the country.
The 4 hour tour begins near Leeds Railway Station and will lead you around some of the show's original filming locations, before it was moved to a closed set in 1997. Ardent fans are sure to have their curiosity satisfied as you take in the West Yorkshire market town of Otley and charming village of Esholt. There'll be plenty more opportunities to get out and stretch your legs along the way - with photo opportunities at the original Woolpack Pub and Home Farm to name a couple. Finally, guests can sit back and enjoy views of the picturesque Yorkshire countryside as you're driven back to Leeds, where the tour concludes.
The Emmerdale Filming Locations Bus Tour in Leeds would make a thoughtful gift for anyone who follows the show and would like to learn more - all whilst exploring a delightful part of the country.
This experience runs on selected Saturdays and Wednesdays from March to October.
This experience is suitable for anyone from the age of 16.
Experience Duration: 04:00
Time at Venue: 04:15
This experience will last around four hours.
Participants: The Emmerdale Filming Locations Bus Tour - Leeds is for 1 participant.
Max Group Size: +10
Spectators Allowed on Site: No
This experience is suitable for large groups.
There is no dress code for this experience.
This experience is a bus tour so should not be affected by bad weather.
You will need to be able to have some mobility to get up and down 4/5 steps as you get onto the bus. Then the wheelchair would have to be collapsible to be stored under the seat during the bus tour. Along the tour the ground will be slightly uneven, so an able bodied participant would need to come along too.