Visitors also enjoy walking the Fashion Hall of Fame from 38th to 40th along Seventh Avenue. Similar to the star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, the Fashion Hall of Fame showcases decorative plaques dedicated to notable designers that are set into the sidewalk. There’s also the Parsons School of Design from the famous television show “Project Runway,” as well as the free Fashion Institute of Technology Museum, with educational exhibits on fashion.
To get to the Garment District, take the 1, 2, 3, N, R, along Broadway and Seventh Avenue; the A, C, E along Eighth Avenue; N, R, W to 34th Street - Herald Square; B, D, F, V to 34th Street- Herald Square or 42nd Street-Bryant Park; 7 or Shuttle (S) from the East Side/Grand Central Station.
The tour was 100 out of 10 it was amazing!! The guide was great he knew everything and got everyone involved and you could tell he really enjoyed what he was doing, I wouldnt hesitate to do this tour again, I really really would recommend anyone who is thinking about booking this tour...BOOK IT NOW!
Great tour for fans of the show, you get heaps of photo opportunities of so many familiar locations. Our guide - Marc - was superb... enthusiastic and had great knowledge, he'd been on the show itself in minor roles. And he even emailed me pics of the Bada Bing interior (taking photos is not allowed once inside). Oh and Vito was there for photos at the start of our tour which was a pretty cool bonus.
Recommend this tour to anyone