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Central Park has been featured in over 300 movies since 1908 — from ‘Romeo and Juliet’ to ‘The Avengers’ and many more. Visit more than 30 film locations inside the park on this 2-hour walking tour for movie aficionados. There’s the Boathouse Café from ‘Sex and the City’ and ‘When Harry Met Sally,’ the Mall in ‘Breakfast at Tiffany’s’ and ‘Kramer vs. Kramer’ and the bridge from ‘Home Alone 2.’ Take a leisurely stroll around this iconic New York City landmark, exploring its many film locations along the way.
  • 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 Travellers Choose 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.
Start this unique Central Park walking tour by meeting the guide — an actor or actress with film or TV credits — and then get ready for a 2-hour stroll to over 30 filming locations from a wide variety of popular movies and TV shows.

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.


Viator Traveller's Reviews

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, Oct 2018

This was a great walk through the park. We saw all of the “big” sites in the park; Bethesda fountain, the mall, the boathouse, strawberry fields, Wollman rink. And our guide Max was great. He did a great job showing us all the sites and keeping us entertained. So fun to see where so many iconic movies were filmed.

, May 2018

Our guide was great. I am so sorry I couldn't remember his name. At the end of our tour he did a great impression of Jim Carey. The park is huge and without the guide we will just be strolling in just another park. There were so many movies that were shoot here. Our guide will show us some movie scenes on his iPad on the location that we went through. He will give us time for toilet and camera stop. Overall, it was a great experience.

, Nov 2017

very good service

, Oct 2017

On reflection I dont think we needed a guide to see the sights in Central Park - we could have walked this ourselves.

, Oct 2017

Great tour, again very knowledgeable guide with funny stories and willing to help with photos.
Saw great sights that I wouldn't have found.
Definitely.a must do if you plan to have a day around Central Park.

, Sep 2017

This tour was amazing!

, Aug 2017

Highly recommended if you are a movie buff.

, Aug 2017

Beautiful weather for a walk in the part. It was fun for a first time visitor and seasoned visitors as well. The tour guide was a promising actor who will no doubt be famous some day. Finish the tour with a drink at Tavern on the Green

, Oct 2016

Our Tour Guide was a young actress/singer. The group was quite large and it was sometimes hard to hear what she was saying, but she knew her movies and scenes. Would definitely put this one on your list.

, Sep 2016

A good introduction to Central Park history and a number of the films and TV filmed there. Our guide Kelsey did a good job of highlighting different locations which would mean something to the wide age range of the group. Images were shown of films on an ipad but it might have been clearer to show print outs. The group was quite large so it wasn't always possible to hear everything. The guidance given for meeting the group was perfect.

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