Central Park TV & Movie Sites Walking Tour in New York, NY

On Location Tours59th St between 5th Avenue & 6th Avenue (yellow subway line)New York, NY 10018
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Overview

Offering a unique walking tour through one of New York’s most infamous parks, the Central Park TV & Movie Sites walking tour lets guests see a variety of Central Park locations used in some of the most iconic movies and TV shows created. Movies and TV shows include Breakfast at Tiffany’s, When Harry Met Sally, Home Alone 2, Serendipity, The Avengers, Date Night, Sex and the City, and more.

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from Ashley, one of our New York Travel Experts
  • Highlights more than 30 film and television locations that have been used in TV shows and movies.
  • More than 40 famous stops.
  • Walk where the cast of Glee danced and sang "I Love New York."
  • Visit Bethesda Terrace seen in the final scene of The Avengers.
  • Go on location to the Bandshell from Breakfast at Tiffany’s.
  • Visit the Boathouse Café used in When Harry Met Sally.
  • Guided walking tour.
  • Bring a camera.
  • Suitable for all ages.
  • Children five and under are free.
  • Tours operate rain or shine.

Description

from Central Park TV & Movie Sites (Walking)
Visit the locations from iconic films shot against New York’s most famous backdrop.

Featuring over 30 locations including:

• Walk where the cast of Glee dances and sing "I Love New York."
• Take photos at the famous ice skating rink from Love Story and Serendipity.
• See where Steve Carell and Tina Fey escaped the bad guys in Date Night.
• Visit Bethesda Terrace seen in the final scene of The Avengers, Gossip Girl, and so much more.
• Go on location to the Bandshell from Breakfast at Tiffany’s.
• Visit the Boathouse Café used in When Harry Met Sally.
• Feed pigeons where Macaulay Culkin feeds them in Home Alone 2.

The is a 2-hour walking tour led by a local actor. Our unique New York City walking tour through world-famous Central Park highlights more than 30 film and television locations that have been used in TV shows and movies shot in the most filmed location in the world, Central Park. This two-hour walking tour is a fun and relaxing way to spend an afternoon.

Meeting point: In front of the stone wall of the N / R subway station (yellow subway line) located on 59th Street between 5th and 6th Avenues (closer to Fifth Avenue). Tours operate rain or shine.


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Jeelmo
"Holiday Lights- awesome!"
TripAdvisor user rating 5 out of 5
Reviewed January 18, 2019 NEW
The holiday lights tour was fantastic. Had a great time seeing the windows at Bloomingdales. We also stopped across from the Plaza Hotel and got to see the Tiffany’s windows. Max was funny and brought holiday cheer to all of us. I won one trivia question!
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Elly M
"Great tour"
TripAdvisor user rating 5 out of 5
Reviewed January 18, 2019 NEW
Fun tour, Gary was a great host! Very knowledgeable and interesting! I really enjoyed his New Yorker tips and the fact he is an actor too!
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Michael H
"When Harry met Seinfeld"
TripAdvisor user rating 5 out of 5
Reviewed January 17, 2019 NEW
So much to work with and still only touched the surface. Gave a great comparison between the movies and television show clips and the actual locations some of the stories behind them.
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Divyaa P
"Great tour for movie enthusiasts"
TripAdvisor user rating 5 out of 5
Reviewed January 17, 2019 NEW
The tour was informative and fun. Great for movie/nyc enthusiasts like me! The tour guide was really friendly and easy to follow.
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Debbie I
Lubbock, Texas
"Sex and the City Tour - NYC December 2018"
TripAdvisor user rating 4 out of 5
Reviewed January 17, 2019 NEW
The tour itself was fantastic. It was great seeing the various locations and hearing the back stories from the actors, etc. Our tour guide "Lou Matthews" did a great job keeping us entertained and on time from the many stops we made. My daughter and I paid the extra fee to be a VIP to have preferred seating; unfortunately our tour guide didn't adhere to the VIPs. The 4 of us that paid the extra fee didn't get the primo seats.
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Frequently Asked Questions about Central Park TV & Movie Sites (Walking)

Is there an age limit on this tour?
No. There is no age limit on the Central Park Movie Tour.

Are cameras allowed on the tour?
Yes, we'll be visiting many picturesque locations, so please feel free to bring your camera or video recorder.

Is this a good general sightseeing tour of the park?
Yes. While the Central Park Movie Tour is not a typical New York sightseeing tour, it does include a number of landmarks throughout the park. It's a unique, entertaining way to tour the park with a knowledgable guide to educate you along the way.

Should I tip the tour guide?
Gratuities are not included in the price of the tour ticket. A tip for exemplary service is always appreciated, but never required.

What type of ticket should I buy for a very young child?
Children age five and under do not need a ticket to attend the tour. Children between 6-10 need only have a Child ticket.

Are the tours conducted in English only?
Yes, the Central Park Movie Tour is only conducted in English at this time. Since so much of the tour is visual, however, visitors from countries such as Japan, Germany, France, Spain and many others have enjoyed the tour just the same!

Is the tour wheelchair accessible?
Because of some stairways in the park, the normal route that this tour follows is not wheelchair accessible. However, a longer, wheelchair accessible route is possible on privately booked tours, with advance notice to On Location Tours.