** PLEASE NOTE THAT THIS TOUR DOES NOT INCLUDE THE CURRENT EMMERDALE SET**
First broadcast as Emmerdale Farm in 1972, this very popular British soap opera has become a must-see show for many households in the UK.
Set in the Yorkshire dales, the show has been made in both a Leeds-based studio and on location in Yorkshire. Although the current Emmerdale is now filmed on a closed set, this tour will take you to the original locations dotted around West Yorkshire, as well as a few sites featured in modern Emmerdale.
You'll visit the market towns of Otley and the beautiful village of Esholt in West Yorkshire - ‘Hotton’ as well as ‘Emmerdale Village’ - where you can stop at the inn that was once used as the ‘Woolpack’ in the popular TV series from 1976 to 1997 and special episode in December 2016. You’ll also be able to drive past the farm near Leathley where Emmerdale Farm was originally shot.
During the tour, you’ll have the chance to get off the bus on several occasions, stretch your legs, take pictures and see the locations up-close. Your tour will then return you to Leeds Railway Station.