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Visit locations from iconic films that were shot in Central Park !
* Tour Length: Approx 2 hrs
* Departure Time: Fridays and Saturdays at 12 noon, Spring-Fall
* Departure Location: 59th St. between 5th and 6th Ave. (location given upon purchase)
* Please note that this tour is seasonal and does not run December through February.
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The Central Park TV & Movie Sites includes locations from iconic films shot against New York's most famous backdrop: Visit The Boathouse Cafe used in When Harry Met Sally, Go on location to the Bandshell from Breakfast at Tiffany's and Kramer vs. Kramer, Take a photo at the restaurant used in Ghostbusters, Feed pigeons where Macaulay Culkin fed them in Home Alone II, Take a water break at Bethesda Fountain, used in Enchanted and Gossip Girl, Stop at Wollman Rink, as seen in Love Story and Serendipity, and More!
Sometimes taking a stroll through Central Park feels like being in a timeless romantic film. Perhaps it's the horse-drawn carriages and the tree-lined pathways, or perhaps it's the fact that, well, hundreds of movies have been shot in Central Park. This two-hour walking tour is a fun and relaxing way to spend an afternoon strolling through what was the first public park built in America.
Led by actors and actresses, the New York tour of Central Park Movie Sites also showcases locations from Taxi Driver, Wall Street, Crocodile Dundee, The Producers, Godspell, Prisoner of Second Avenue, Independence Day, King of New York, Barefoot in the Park, The Way We Were, New York Stories, The Out of Towners, Little Manhattan, I'm Not Rappaport and many others. Visit other landmarks in the park such as The Carousel, Bow Bridge, Wollman Rink, The Dairy, Cherry Hill, and the skyline of the Upper West Side.