Come escape reality and take a tour with On Location Tours to follow in the footsteps of your favorite TV & movie characters on one of the East Coast’s hottest tourist attractions.  On Location Tours offers the most unique and only TV and movie-themed bus tours in New York City and Boston.

Tour New York TV and movie sites. See all the Sex and the City hotspots. Visit The Sopranos sites in New Jersey. Get spotted at Gossip Girl locations. See where TMZ catches celebrities partying, playing and getting into trouble! Reminisce on the days of classic movies with TCM. And stroll through Central Park TV and movie locations!  Receive discounted offers on fun-filled New York City activities by purchasing a combo tour package today!

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On Location Tours, New York and Boston's TV and Movie Tour Company

On Location Tours will show you a new way to see the Big Apple, the most filmed city in the world.  Our New York City tours provide a front row seat to the best NYC landmarks; from the Empire State Building to Times Square to Central Park to Grand Central Station. Our bus tours will also take you off the beaten path to neighborhoods like SoHo, the Meatpacking District, Greenwich Village, Tribeca and the Upper East Side.

We may not have Ducks or Double Deckers, but we do have Carrie Bradshaw, Tony Soprano, Blair Waldorf and we’ll take you to where everybody knows your name! Our licensed tour guides are all local actors and actresses who provide insider perspectives and anecdotes about filming on location. Get a piece of the lights, camera, action with On Location Tours and climb aboard for an experience you’ll never forget.

Don’t forget to head up north and check out our TV & Movie tours in Boston. Visit sites from Good Will HuntingThe DepartedBoston LegalAlly McBealCheers and many more on our Boston TV & Movie Sites Bus Tour or Boston Movie Mile Walking Tour.

On Location Tours has been featured in thousands of media outlets around the world, including TV GuideEntertainment WeeklyUSA TodayPeople MagazineThe New York TimesE! NewsThe Today ShowGood Morning AmericaAccess Hollywood, and the Travel Channel’s TV Road Trip.