About The TCM Classic Film Tour:
See the most filmed city in the world through the lens of On Location's fascinating sightseeing tour of New York's film heritage. This tour takes in Manhattan's most iconic landmarks and explores them in light of their relevance to cinema history. You'll be entertained and informed by your professional tour guide and will be allowed to stop for closer looks at the sights and to snap a few photos. Come and see over 60 filming locations!
- All Year Round, Thursdays and Saturdays.
- Live English-speaking tour guide.
- 51st Street and Broadway (in front of Ellen’s Stardust Diner).
- Approximately 3-hours.
The tour begins in front of Ellen's Stardust Diner on 51st Street and Broadway at 10:30. You'll be picked up by a state-of-the-art coach and will meet your tour guide, a local New York actor who knows their stuff. Sites you will visit include: the Empire State Building, featured in the climax of the 1933 classic King Kong; the Queensboro Bridge from the angle it was shot in Woody Allen's Manhattan, and Holly Golighty’s apartment from 1961's Breakfast at Tiffany’s.
Other locations include Grand Central Terminal, Columbus Circle, Upper West Side, Upper East Side, Plaza Hotel, Tiffany’s, Rockefeller Centre, and many more!
While sightseeing from the coach your tour guide will flex your movie knowledge with fun quizzes and pit you against your fellow visitors. So get that trivia book out!
Once the tour is over you will be dropped off at Grand Central Station.