Popular TV & Film Sites on Bus Tour of Manhattan
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The last date listed for New York TV & Movie Sites Tour was Any Date Through March 20, 2015 (Reserve in Advance).
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The dive bar where Lady Gaga got her start, the restaurant where Jessica Simpson gets her Mexican… More
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More than just your standard New York tour, this fantastic three-and-a-half-hour tour is guided by some of New York’s best actors and actresses. These certified tour guides give you tips on how to get tickets to TV shows like CBS’_ The Early Show, Good Morning America, the Today show, Late Show with David Letterman and The Daily Show with Jon Stewart._ They’ll test your knowledge of every TV theme song you can remember and share lots of TV and movie trivia with you.
•See where the cast of Glee performed “I Love New York”
•Visit the apartment building from _Friends _
•Stop at the brownstone used in _I Am Legend _
•Spot the Original Soup Man featured on_ Seinfeld _
•Catch a glimpse of the Daily Bugle offices in _Spider-Man _
•Pass the hotel that doubled for a Paris hotel in _The Devil Wears Prada _
•Visit McGee’s Pub, the inspiration for MacLaren’s in How I Met Your Mother
About the Ticket Supplier: On Location ToursOn Location Tours, Inc. (formerly Scene on TV Tours) was founded in June of 1999 by Georgette Blau, a 1996 graduate of Skidmore College. Blau founded the company shortly after her "move on up" to the East Side of Manhattan (into a not-so-deluxe apartment), where she discovered that she lived by the Jeffersons.
Blau was featured in the May 13, 2002 issue of People Magazine. The company has been featured in thousands of media outlets around the world, including TV Guide, Newsweek, Businessweek, Entertainment Weekly, The Today Show, 60 Minutes II, and the Travel Channel's TV Road Trip.
The aim of On Location Tours is to create tours that allow people the opportunity to straddle fiction and reality, letting them feel as though they are part of the TV show or movie, ultimately bringing them closer to the characters themselves.