TV & Manhattan Movie Locations Tour with NBC Studio Tour

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3 hrs 15 min

Max 20

Why take this tour?

Hit the streets of New York with your movie-buff guide and take in some of the most iconic shooting locations from Sex and the City, Ghostbusters, The Godfather, Breakfast at Tiffany's, Elf and many more. Following your tour, you'll go behind the scenes at NBC studios in the iconic 30 Rockefeller Center for a full studio tour to see how some of your favorite TV shows are produced - you'll even film your own TV segment!

Highlights

  • Created with Sketch.Visit filming locations from iconic movies and TV shows such as Sex and the City, Gossip Girl, Home Alone 2, Ghostbusters, The Godfather, Breakfast at Tiffany’s, Elf and more...
  • Created with Sketch.Discover the reality behind some of the most iconic 'New York-based' TV sitcoms such as Friends and Seinfeld
  • Created with Sketch.Take a tour inside NBC Studios accompanied by an NBC Page
  • Created with Sketch.Film your own five-minute TV segment and receive your own soft copy as a special keepsake

Visit iconic filming locations around Manhattan and go behind the scenes at NBC

Our special New York Movie Location and NBC Studio Tour begins by taking in some of the most iconic TV and movie locations in Manhattan, such as the Tiffany's store from Breakfast at Tiffany's and Radio City Music Hall. Along the way, your movie-buff Walks guide will debunk the myths around some of the most misunderstood mise-en-scene in the industry including that fountain and Central Perk cafe from Friends, as well as the secrets behind the unlikely locations of other popular New York-based sitcoms such as Seinfeld.

Eventually, it's on to NBC studios where you won't just step into television history - you'll actually get a peek behind the sce...

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Our special New York Movie Location and NBC Studio Tour begins by taking in some of the most iconic TV and movie locations in Manhattan, such as the Tiffany's store from Breakfast at Tiffany's and Radio City Music Hall. Along the way, your movie-buff Walks guide will debunk the myths around some of the most misunderstood mise-en-scene in the industry including that fountain and Central Perk cafe from Friends, as well as the secrets behind the unlikely locations of other popular New York-based sitcoms such as Seinfeld.

Eventually, it's on to NBC studios where you won't just step into television history - you'll actually get a peek behind the scenes, and see just how television history is actually made.

In the company of a special studio insider (an NBC 'Page'), you'll get a full tour of the famous studios, stopping off at sets like Saturday Night Live, The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon or Late Night with Seth Meyers. You'll also step into the operations center where every second of broadcasting is filtered, cut, panned, and produced to create the polished product on your TV screen.

To finish the day off, your group will then step into a real studio to film a five-minute segment. You can work on your on-air persona as a host or guest on the show, or get behind a camera or mic to help create the perfect clip. After your NBC Studio Tour, you will be emailed a copy of your segment. Or we'll just have them send it to your agent, if you'd prefer!

  • Sites Visited
  • NBC Studios
  • Rockefeller Center
  • Tiffany's
  • Radio City Music Hall
  • Tour Includes
  • Official NBC Studio Tour
  • Filmed segment (delivered by email after tour)
  • Guided New York TV and movie locations tour
  • Small group
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Tauren did an amazing job on the tour - she was very informative and friendly. Loved hearing the stories she told and she kept us moving throughout the tour.


FAQ

Does this tour run in bad weather?
Yes. Our tours run rain, shine, sleet, or snow, so please dress accordingly.
Will we see celebrities on this tour?
There are always some celebrities walking around New York city so we encourage you to keep your eyes peeled. However, we do not usually cross paths with them at any point on this tour.
Is the fountain from the opening credits of "Friends" included in the walking tour?
Not exactly. That fountain is actually a reconstruction that was built in LA. We will, however, take you by the fountain that inspired the one on the show.