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New York City has featured in hundreds of films throughout the years and has become one of the most sought after shooting locations in the world. Legendary film makers such as Woody Allen have heralded the city’s rise to the top by continuously using it as the go-to setting for their most famous work.
On this tour you will see the Empire State Building, featured in King Kong, the Grand Central Terminal seen in Superman, take pictures where Marilyn Monroe’s skirt flew up in the Seven Year Itch and much more. There are numerous photo opportunities where you can pose in front of famous landmarks such as the Queensboro Bridge seen in Allen’s Manhattan.
You will feel part of the action as your entertaining guide informs and quizzes you with trivia questions throughout the tour.
3 Jan 19 – 13 Mar 19 : Sat
14 Mar 19– 31 Dec 19 : Thurs and Sat
10 Apr 19 : Wed
22 Mar 19 : Fri
1 Apr 19: MonDuration
3 hours ApproxStart time
3 Jan 19 – 13 Mar 19 : Sat at 10:30am
14 Mar 19– 31 Dec 19 : Thurs and Sat at 10:30am
10 Apr 19 : Wed at 10:30am
22 Mar 19 : Fri at 10:30am
1 Apr 19: Mon at 10:30am
Make your way to 51st Street and Broadway (in front of Ellen’s Stardust Diner).
Look for the blue umbrellas with the activity operator’s logo.
So there's no rush, please arrive at least 15 minutes early to the start time so as to allow time for pre-departure briefing.
You will dropped at Grand Central Station
Meet your guide at 51st Street and Broadway and look for the blue umbrellas with the activity operator’s logo. Hop on your tour bus for a one of a kind Classic Film Tour of New York.
As the bus takes you through the city, you will not only get a taste of New York film history but will also receive a great sightseeing tour of Manhattan. See the unique neighborhoods you recognize from your favorite films.
See Columbus Circle, Lincoln Center and the Upper West Side. Hop off at Zabar’s, the well-known marketplace renowned for its selection of cheeses, bagels and smoked fish, featured in several films and TV shows. See the famous Dakota Building, home to Yoko Ono and seen in films such as Hannah and Her Sisters and Rosemary’s Baby. Continuing on to Upper East Side you will cross through Central Park, one of the most popular filming sites in the city, including the very first motion picture made in New York City.
Stop for a photo-op outside Holly Golightly’s apartment from Breakfast at Tiffany’s and continue along the east side of Manhattan for a fantastic view of the famous Queensboro Bridge. Other sites you will see along the way include Plaza Hotel, FAO Schwarz,Tiffany’s, Rockefeller Center and much more before ending your journey at the Grand Central Terminal.
After the tour, you will be dropped off at Grand Central Station
Please call the activity operator at least 24 hours prior to start of the tour for reconfirming departure details.
Voucher Information: Sorry, but we will need you to print a paper version of your booking voucher (we're working on changing this). At this time no refund can be given for customers without a printed copy of their voucher.