The Emmerdale Studio Experience in Leeds has opened a brand-new set; an exact replica of the soap’s Café Main Street.
Actor Tony Audenshaw, who plays Bob Hope, the fictional owner of Emmerdale’s Café Main Street officially opened the new replica set at the Leeds attraction.
The feature marks the biggest development at the site since its opening in 2016.
About Café Main Street
The new feature will allow guests to explore an exact replica of one of the most iconic sets on the soap.
Oliver Peace, guest experience manager, commented: “We know that our guests love the replica sets that we have here at The Emmerdale Studio Experience. What could be more fun for an Emmerdale fan that being able to have your photo taken on the famous Dingle’s sofa, record your own scene in Smithy Cottage or get behind the bar in the Woolpack?
“Letting our guests immerse themselves in all things Emmerdale is what we are all about and we are so thrilled to give all of our visitors the opportunity to take a seat in Café Main Street!”
All visitors will now be invited to enjoy the café set as part of their fully guided tour.
About the Emmerdale Studio Experience
The Emmerdale Studio Experience is a 90-minute guided tour through the production secrets of the television show, Emmerdale.
Groups visiting will get to learn behind-the-scenes secrets as The Emmerdale Studio Experience showcases the entire filming process of creating an episode of the Yorkshire soap.
Visitors will also get exclusive glimpses into how the cast and crew tell the gripping stories and capture the stunts seen on screen.
There is a coach drop off point at the front of the attraction, plus free admission and refreshments for coach drivers.
Fam trips are available and discounted entry tickets for groups.
For more information, visit www.emmerdalestudioexperience.co.uk.