On Location Tours

Location: Varies The aim of On Location Tours is to create tours that allow people the opportunity to straddle fiction and reality, letting them feel as though they are part of the TV show or movie, ultimately bringing them closer to the characters themselves. Manhattan TV and Movie Tour: Lights, Camera, Action! Take a bus tour to the sites of your favorite movies and TV shows. You get to see over 60 locations on the tour, including: Catch a glimpse of the restaurant used in Spiderman; Visit the apartment building where Monica; Chandler and the other Friends live, Go on location to the building where Grace on Will & Grace has her design studio; Shop around the corner at the store owned by Meg Ryan on You‘ve Got Mail; Sit on the steps of the Cosby townhouse; Go on location to the diner used in Men in Black and Woody Allen‘s Manhattan; Order soup from the Seinfeld Soup Nazi. (in season); Take photos at the firehouse used in Ghostbusters. When: Daily at 11am. How Long: approximately 3 to 3.5 hours How much: $30 per ticket Where: In front of Ellen‘s Stardust Diner. (1650 Broadway, at the corner of 51st St and Broadway). Please look for the tour guide holding the blue On Location Tours flag. The Sopranos Tour See the shootings from the hit show on a bus tour through Sopranoland. You get to see over 40 locations on the tour, including: Take a peek inside Bada Bing’s; Go to Satriales, Tony‘s pork store hangout; Sit on the steps of the diner where Chris was shot; Visit the spot where Big Pussy spoke with the FBI; Go on location to the high school where A.J. dumped pizza boxes into the pool; See Pizzaland, the Muffler Man, and other sites from the opening credits; Enjoy a cannoli while listening to behind-the-scenes info on The Sopranos When: Sat - Sun at 2pm How Long: Approx. 4 hours How much: $40 per ticket Where: In front of the Garment District Button (Seventh Avenue by 39th Street). The Central Park Movie Tour Take Two! on a trip through the Park. You get to see over 40 locations on the tour, including: Visit The Boathouse Cafe used in When Harry Met Sally; Go on location to the Bandshell from Breakfast at Tiffany‘s and Kramer vs. Kramer; Take photos at Tavern on the Green, used in Ghostbusters; Feed pigeons where Macaulay Culkin fed them in Home Alone II; Take a water break at Bethesda Fountain, used in Ransom and One Fine Day; Stop at Wollman Rink, used in movies like Love Story and Serendipity When: Fridays at 3pm How Long: Approx. 2 hours How much: $15 per ticket Where: Meet the tour guide at the entrance of Central Park, in front of the subway stop, (59th Street between Fifth and Sixth Avenues)