Do you love a certain television show? Have you thought about going on a TV LOCATION TOUR?
We have been looking at which tours you can visit, and there were some surprises! Here's our top 10 recommendations.
Call the Midwife
BBC Series started in 2012 and has been broadcast over 60 times.
Enjoy the famous grounds of Chatham Dockyard through a 2 hour walking tour for 2 people. You will notice buildings and local streets which were on screen.
You'll get to see props and costumes from the series - also seeing the Lisbon Buildings, outside the London hospital and Doctor Turner's surgery entrance.
Started in 1960, the ITV soap has now ran over 9,500 episodes.
Recently the famous cobbled street had a face lift, with the new set at MediaCityUK allowing the public to view Weatherfield.
The 90 minute tour includes the street itself, a look behind the scenes, set props and more!
Now on Season 26, the BBC has produced this sci-fi series since 1960.
See memorable Doctor Who locations in a walking tour through London. You'll learn various trivia and how the crew filmed in busy areas of the city.
It begins at London Bridge, before seeing locations such as The Globe Theatre and Great Intelligence Base.
8 Series and over 60 Episodes, Doc Martin is a famous BBC medical drama.
Get ready to visit the village of Portwernn, with a guided tour for two people. You'll learn the famous history behind the fishing village of Port Issac.
Expect to see historic locations such as the Doc's house and Mrs Tishell's pharmacy.
Originally known as Emmerdale Farm, the ITV series has been airing since 1972.
The set is located in the Harewood Esate, Leeds and is allowing tours throughout the fictional village.
Visitors can join a two day tour, where you can visit the significant sights such as Bob's Cafe, The Woolpack and village Church.
Whilst if you want to go full glitz, there is a helicopter experience to enjoy. You meet your pilot at Sherbun-in-Elmet before learning about soap secrets.
Game of Thrones
Premiered in 2011, the fantasy show has shown 7 seasons and over 65 episodes
Set in the fictional land of Westeros and Essos - Game of Thrones has been filmed in Northern Ireland, Canada, Croatia, Iceland, Malta, Morocco, Spain, and the United States.
Explore the celebrated sites in Belfast, as you follow a professional guide who will provide behind-the-scenes information. You'll visit areas which were used to record Kingdom of Mourne, Winterfell and more!
The roughly 9 hour tour also gives you a chance to sit on a replica Iron Throne and meet the real Direwolf family.
Gavin and Stacey
Aired between 2007 to 2010, the BBC Comedy is rumoured to be returning.
Climb aboard the original Dave's coach and visit Barry Island, as you see prominent sights. See the church, Stacey's street and the caravan!
Get ready to be tested because they'll be a special Gavin and Stacey quiz. You can also enjoy a seat in Nessa's chair at the amusement arcade.
On TV since 1997, this ITV detective drama is based on the Chief Inspector Barnaby book series.
Get ready for a Midsomer journey! This walking tour will take you through the locations at London and Oxfordshire.
See locations which have featured in the show such as DCI Barnaby's house, churches, shops and pubs.
The drama only began in 2014 but has already been renewed for a sixth series.
Outlander's short history means it currently still shares a tour with the history of Jacobite. If you love history and Outlander, then this seems like a match made in heaven!
Explore locations that Clare and Jamie have visited, and hear insights about the show.
Set in 1920s Birmingham, Peaky Blinders has been on our TV since 2013.
Explore 10 filming locations of the famous Peaky Blinders show, looking around Liverpool. Learn about the dark history of the real criminal gang.
Board a minibus and walk through the streets which homed Arthur, Aunt Pol, John and Tommy! See where Tommy was almost beaten to death. You will also get to explore Camden Town Warehouse (aka Canal Waterways Museum).