Central Park Movie Sites Walking Tour
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Informative, friendly and professional guide
Fully narrated tour
Tour is wheelchair accessible
Duration: 2 hours
The Central Park tour of 40 different movie sites is an experience that many would dream to have if they're looking for the history of some of the most iconic movies known today. With some of the movie's attractions being from When Harry Met Sally, Breakfast at Tiffany's, Ghostbusters Buster's, and Home Alone 2.
This is a must if you are fascinated with film history, your very own tour guide will guide you through different locations around Central Park and explain the historical events of filming in the different locations congruent to that certain film. This 2-hour expedition is very friendly, informal, in a professional style that leaves nothing to the imagination. A fully narrated tour walking down the local streets of Central Park.
Movie filmings in Central Park have dated back to 1908 when Romeo and Juliet were first filmed in America by Vitagraph Studios. Up until present day Central Park, there have been more than 300 films shot in the area to give films that more realistic New York City feel.
New York City has transformed the entertainment industry by supplying movies with some of the most gritty and real scenes. This is a tour that is undoubtedly the best to experience some of treat shooting locations from the top movies.
Take two! Tour Central Park to visit more than 40 movie locations on this fascinating tour for film buffs and visitors alike. It's a fascinating way to visit Central Park and its many attractions.
You'll see over 40 movie locations on this seasonal Central Park Movie Sites Walking Tour, including:
- The Boathouse Cafe from When Harry Met Sally
- Go on location to the Bandshell from Breakfast at Tiffany's and Kramer vs. Kramer
- Take photos at Tavern on the Green, seen in Ghostbusters
- Feed pigeons where Macaulay Culkin fed them in Home Alone II
- Take a break at Bethesda Fountain, seen in Ransom and One Fine Day
- Stop at Wollman Rink, featured in Love Story and Serendipity