Coronation Street bosses are planning to launch new guided tours of the hit ITV soap's Trafford Park set.
A massive expansion of the lot where Corrie has been filmed since 2014 has created new stores, a police station and tram stop.
A planning application has been submitted to open it up as a visitor attraction.
If the proposals get the green light, fans will be able to experience Weatherfield firsthand.
The MEN reports that the tours will build on the success of Coronation Street: The Tour at the old Quay Street set, which was opened up to visitors between April 2014 and December 2015 after production moved to Trafford.
More than 850,000 people travelled from all over the world to see the iconic cobbled street and its landmarks including the Rovers Return.
The attraction generated £60m for the local economy, according to the planning application, and it is hoped opening up the new set for one day a week will create a £4m annual boost.
Bosses hope it will add to a strong visitor offering in the area, where it neighbours attractions including the Imperial War Museum North and The Lowry Theatre and Arts Centre.
"Coronation Street has, for the past 50 years, been one of the UK's favourite television shows. It is an iconic national and international brand," the application states.
"As a result of the creation of the new Media City in Salford Quays and the need to maintain ITV's production qualities, the production of Coronation Street was relocated from its original base in central Manchester at the former Granada Studios in early 2014.
"The former Coronation Street lot in central Manchester had been a successful visitor attraction offering accompanied guided tours. Just over three years have passed since ITV moved the Coronation Street production to its new home at Media City and there is a desire to open up the external studio lot to enable the show's fan base to enjoy a greater connection with the show."
The proposed tours will be available on Sundays, to fit around the soap's filming schedule, with the possibility of some Saturdays and weekday tours 'on exceptional occasions'.
Four tours per hour are expected to run between 9am and 6pm from April to September, and 9am to 4pm, October to March, lasting 90 minutes with a maximum of 50 people on each. It is anticipated it will attract around 1,480 guests per day, based on an 80% take up of the maximum 1,850 capacity.
Guests will have to book in advance and walk-up admission will not be available. The attraction is expected to create 12 new full time jobs.
The application is currently awaiting a decision from the planning committee.