- 3-hour tour of famous film locations in New York City
- Admire top New York attractions including the Empire State Building, Central Park and Grand Central Terminal
- View clips from classic films and see how New York has changed since they were filmed
- See filming locations from films such as Breakfast at Tiffany's, You’ve Got Mail, Ghostbusters and The Seven-Year Itch
- Learn more about your favorite films and New York City from your guide, a local actor
- Stop for photos at selected filming locations and test your knowledge with movie trivia quizzes!
- Upgrade to priority seating for better views of your favorite film sites
Why Our Insiders Chose This Tour
You don't have to be a film buff to love this tour. You get to see famous Manhattan landmarks and film clips that show how New York has changed over the years. It's a fascinating way to get to know this storied city!
What You Can Expect
Drive through Central Park to learn about the many scenes filmed among its verdant paths and gardens, and cross to the West Side to view the building where John Lennon once lived and that was featured in Rosemary’s Baby and Woody Allen’s Hannah and Her Sisters. See the subway grate immortalized by Marilyn Monroe in the The Seven-Year Itch and Holly Golightly’s apartment from Breakfast at Tiffany’s. Along the way, your guide will screen classic movie clips so you can compare footage with views of New York City today.
Loved the tour! Guide Josh? was very knowledgable and kept us entertained even in traffic. It makes me want to take the TCM cruise!
Despite being rerouted from our original tour because of the Pope's visit to NYC, the TV/Movie tour we did attend was great fun, our host with the most Gary, gave us everything we needed to know about the various places and buildings we passed along the way, he even supplied some cheeky treats for any questions asked or answered.
Thoroughly enjoyable, especially for those of us visiting for the first time.
Was great and the guide was super knowledgeable.
Awesome tour, Jason was great.
Pretty good, guide was nice and knowledgeable. Never sent Tshirts he promised to send. Not sure about that, trivia contest was a little sketchy and rules changed. Tour interesting. Bus had bathroom, great for our large group
The tour was ok, but we thought it would have more places to see and would have liked to have seen the places we drove passed and missed.
Our tour guide was very knowledgeable and you can see he embraced and loved the movies. The only thing we would criticize is that when the guide was going through the ´up and coming´ points of interests and because he was too busy chatting about work and films with the other guests on the bus, we passed them!! It´s a shame, as we would have liked to have seen them. This may not be important to the guide or the other guests on the bus, but it meant a lot to us.