Gate Prices Adult $52.00
Child (3-12) No Kids
Takes about 4 hrs

If you want to feel like a Wise Guy from one of the most popular television shows in recent memory, then it might be a good idea to invest some clams in a Sopranos Sites Tour on an upcoming Saturday.

The Sopranos Sites Tour will take fans of the iconic HBO show through a guided sightseeing tour of sites in "Sopranoland" in New Jersey after a departure from Midtown Manhattan. If it were a bet, the Sopranos Sites Tour would be a "sure thing" to be a good time because all of the guides on the trip appeared as stand-ins or extras on the show.

See where Tony Soprano, who was played by the late James Candolfini, Carmella, Meadow, AJ, Paulie, Syl and the rest of the gang acted out scenes from the hit series. Unfortunately, fictional establishment Satriale's Pork Store was torn down to make way for condominiums so the Sopranos Sites Tour is unable to stop there – there's still plenty of other things to enjoy!

After the Sopranos Sites Tour, enjoy an authentic meal in Manhattan in Little Italy. Italian restaurants like Amici II, Café Roma, Casa Bella, Lombardi's, Fratelli and Caffe Sorrento are all great choices to grab a bite after working up an appetite while roaming past the places that Tony Soprano called home. While you are in Little Italy, grab a glass of red wine and some pasta, but make sure you save room for a cannoli or some tiramisu.

In addition to the Sopranos Sites Tour, On Location Tours also proudly offers options like the NYC TV & Movie Tour, Sex and the City Hotspots Tour, Gossip Girl Sites Tour, Holiday Lights & Movie Sites, TCM Classic Film Tour, When Harry Met Seinfeld Tour, The Real Housewives of New York City Tour, Central Park TV & Movie Sites Tour, Boston Movie Mile and other private tour options.

Expect to spend four hours on the Sopranos Sites Tour and see all of the following: the Brada Bing, Barone Sanitation, the diner where Chris was shot, Pizzaland, The Muffler Man, the spot where Big Pussy spoke with the FBI, Father Phil's Parish and the restaurant booth where Tony sat in the final scene of the series when Journey was played.