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Lights, camera, action! Get ready for an in-depth tour of New York City's top filming locations. This three-and-a-half hour magical journey is for everyone who has a favorite TV show or movie. Sit back and relax as your colorful guide points out popular film locations where famous scenes were shot, such as the diner scene in When Harry Met Sally. On the hop-on, hop-off bus tour you'll have several opportunities to disembark for a closer look. For instance, you’ll see the outside of Peter Parker’s apartment, go inside the Friends apartment building, and check out the firehouse from Ghostbusters! Some of the neighborhoods you'll visit on your tour include Times Square, Exclusive Central Park, Tribeca, Greenwich Village, and Midtown. For more information, visit the On Location Tours website.
This is a popular bus tour and sells out quickly - tours offered based on availability. Due to the subject matter of this tour, children under 9 are not permitted.
This tour is sometimes available in French, Spanish, German and Italian. Inquire at 212-638-2027.
Phone: (212) 683-2027
Website: New York TV & Movie Sites Tour
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Comments about Smart Destinations NY TV and Movie Sites Tour by On Location Tours:
This was the worst tour for several reasons: 1. Getting the ticket itself was difficult as you enter a hidden building on the west side all for a piece of paper stating where to meet up for the bus. 2. The tour was one of those ones you could do yourself if you googled where the relevant locations are (e.g. The Friends building) and used the subway. 3. The tour guide showed clips of movies as we went past buildings in a coach making it difficult to take pictures, partly because the windows were tinted but also because we were not allowed to stop at certain points so we just drove by. Save your money and go on your own movie tour by finding out where the sites are from the movies you have seen rather than spend three hours in a coach being driven past them!