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New York City: The Sopranos Filming Locations Bus Tour

1. New York City: The Sopranos Filming Locations Bus Tour

Follow in the footsteps of Tony and family on a 4-hour journey into New Jersey to view the sights from the HBO series The Sopranos. From Fr. Phil's Parish, to the booth where Tony sat on the last episode, it covers the major locations used in the filming of the iconic series. Depart from mid-town Manhattan and whisk your way by luxury coach through “Sopranoland” in New Jersey. The tour guides are professional actors that have appeared as stand-ins or extras on the show, and they will share little-known facts and behind-the-scenes info. Covering more than 40 locations, see where the mob hangs out, and go inside Bada Bing. Visit the spot where Big Pussy spoke with the FBI, and the high school where A.J. dumped pizza boxes in the pool. This tour is a great idea for bachelor parties in New York or New Jersey, and for all fans of the Sopranos series. You might even want to package it together with a dinner in Little Italy! Board the bus first with our priority seating tickets. Priority seating includes pre-boarding and seating in the first 5 rows near the tour guide. Small private tours are typically 1 hour shorter than public tours.

New York City: Private Manhattan Tour by Vintage Convertible

2. New York City: Private Manhattan Tour by Vintage Convertible

Climb aboard a vintage Buick Skylark GS for a unique 2-hour driving tour of Lower Manhattan, and see the sights from a different perspective. Set off with your private guide and chaffeur and start turning heads as you cruise to the historic downtown area. Visit Lower Manhattan's most exciting neighborhoods, including the West Village, the original stomping ground of New York's bohemians. Explore the artistic community of SoHo, home to dozens of cutting-edge art galleries and shops. Discover how the TriBeCa area is on the rise, playing host to an annual film festival that has screened over 1,400 films since it began in 2002. Go to South Street Seaport to see the cobblestone dock and some of the world's most impressive boats. Traffic permitting, you can cruise through the Financial District, home of the New York Stock Exchange, and get privileged views of Brooklyn Bridge and Manhattan Bridge, used by over 350,000 commuters daily. Finally, if the traffic is still on your side, drive to Chinatown to experience the hustle and bustle of America’s largest Chinese community. Then, ride the streets of Little Italy, where more than 20 historical landmarks await you.

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What a day! I booked this as a 40th b-day present for myself & it didnt dissapoint. Our tour guide (John) who informative & freindly. Key locations such as the Bing & Holsten's were highlights as well as some of the lesser known locations such as Pizza Land & the Turnpike. Grab a milkshake at Holstens & a beer at the Bing, thats what I did! 5/5 review

Fun, full of Sopranos series information! Friendly tour guide, easy location in New York to get coach to visit New Jersey. The Holsten’s diner, sitting in the booth where the final scene was filmed was a highlight!

A fantastic experience for any sopranos fan. The guide was excellent- very knowledgeable re the show and the actors. Loved every minute esp the milkshake at Holstens!

Great to look around all of the filming locations, specially Holstens and Bada Bing. Stefan was very knowledgable about the show.

A must tour for the sopranos fans!!! Bada bing was great!