- 2-hour TV and movie locations tour of Central Park
- Walk to more than 30 filming locations from your favorite movies and TV shows
- Visit the Bandshell from Breakfast at Tiffany's
- See the Boathouse restaurant from When Harry Met Sally and Sex and the City
- Check out Bethesda Terrace seen in the final scene of The Avengers
- Visit the famous Wollman Rink, featured in Love Story and Serendipity
- Enjoy entertaining commentary from your friendly film-buff guide
Why Our Insiders Chose This Tour
You'll be amazed at how many famous movie scenes are set in Central Park. The informative, personable guides for this tour make it a treat for film buffs.
Recent Photos of This Tour
- IMG_2417Photo by: K and A
Canada, 08 2012
- IMG_2391Photo by: K and A
Canada, 08 2012
- 112Photo by: Sara V
Netherlands, 05 2011
- 095Photo by: Sara V
Netherlands, 05 2011
- Graceful Arched BridgePhoto by: Anonymous
- Literary WalkPhoto by: Anonymous
- The DairyPhoto by: Anonymous
What You Can Expect
Central Park is the most-visited urban park in the United States, with almost 40 million visitors each year. It’s also one of the most-filmed locations in the world. Over 300 movies have scenes set in the park. Some of the highlights on this walking tour include the Loeb Central Park Boathouse from Sex and the City and When Harry Met Sally, the Mall from Breakfast at Tiffany’s and Kramer vs. Kramer, Wollman Skating Rink from Love Story, Tavern on the Green from Wall Street and Ghostbusters, and the Conservatory from Stewart Little. See the Bow Bridge, featured in Manhattan, and the Naumberg Bandshell, seen in Hair.
Walk where the cast of Glee danced and sang “I Love New York.” Feed the pigeons in the same spot Macaulay Culkin did in Home Alone 2. Visit Bethesda Terrace, seen in The Avengers, Delivery Man and Elf. Ride the carousel (own expense) featured in The Producers.
The tour also highlights locations from Crocodile Dundee, Godspell, Independence Day — the list goes on and on. The tour is rated as an easy stroll, with no significant hills to climb. The tour ends at Columbus Circle, seen in Taxi Driver, Borat and Enchanted.
Madeline was great and the tour was amazing!
Enjoyed every minute of the tour! Our guide was knowledgeable and gave us plenty of time to explore and ask questions!
Great to be walked round Central Park on a gorgeous day to see all the locations we know so well from our favourite movies and TV shows.
Our tour guide was informative and very friendly and also gave us a wee bit of history about the park too.
Tour lasts an hour and a half.
We liked it a lot!! My husband, me, and two teen boys -- we enjoyed the entire tour, very informative and Peter was funny and fun. Very good way to see some of Central Park and lots of interesting facts about movies, TV, and NY in general - highly recommended :)
The walking tour in Central Park was very good and the guide was excellent. He was very knowledgeable and friendly and added some humour to his talk. We all really enjoyed it and learned some interesting facts about the park.
Max was our tour guide he was very funny and informative, the two hours flew by. It was very hot that day but he made sure we got breaks and restroom breaks. He was also helpful to give directions or recommendations on what to do with the rest of our day. I would definitely recommend this tour Central Park was beautiful.
Max was our tour guide and he was wonderful. He has a wealth or knowledge about the tour and a great sense of humor. He includes the people on the tour in his presentation. There were so many movies filmed in Central Park that I didn't know about. I plan on re-watching a number of them in the coming weeks. I especially loved seeing Strawberry Fields and Imagine. Thanks Max and Viator for a great afternoon in Central Park.
peter was excellent - made the tour!
Great tour! Loved hearing about some of the history of Central Park as well as all the all the movie and tv info. Tour guide was very knowledgable. Such a beautiful walk around Central Park.
Douglas M United Kingdom
This trip was very good.