Take a trip through the reel New York.
SOPRANOS SITES TOUR
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Sopranos Sites Tour by On Location Tours
Do you want a real-life peek into the filming locations as seen in The Sopranos? Join us for the On Location Tours Sopranos Sites bus tour, as you indulge in the iconically gruesome, thrilling, and secret lives of the Sopranos!
Begin your day with the opening credits and end your afternoon as part of the family on this sightseeing tour from NYC to the New Jersey suburbs. The tour guides are actors who have appeared as stand-ins or extras on film sets and share little known facts and behind the scenes info on the locations that are visited throughout the tour.
This tour is a great option for bachelor parties in New York or New Jersey. You might even want to package it together with an “unfuhgeddable” dinner in Little Italy.
What Will You See On This Tour?
- Swing by Satin Dolls, the infamous strip club
- Pass the waste management company Venture Recycling, otherwise known as Barone Sanitation
- Spot the historical Skyway Diner
- Get to know the real Muffler Man, the 25-foot giant made out of fiberglass
- See the site of St. Cecilia’s Parish, a catholic church in New Jersey
- Sit in a booth at Holsten’s, an old-timey ice cream parlor known for its homemade ice cream
7th Avenue near 39th Street (exact location given upon purchase)
Our private tours have a more intimate vibe, where you can ask our tour guide more questions about their experiences while being on a set. The guide can personalize the tour by paying extra attention to your group and helping you get the best photos!
We have various size vehicles to accommodate your private tour. Depending on the size of your group, your tour might be in a Sedan, an SUV, a sprinter or a limo.
Although there are no known cases of illnesses at On Location Tours, we are responsible for keeping an active stance in preventing the spread of any diseases. We are following the Center for Disease Control and Prevention along with Federal and State guidelines on stopping the spread.
For this reason, we require all guests to wear a face mask for the entire duration of the tour. Thank you for your cooperation.
TOURS STOPS & DETAILS
The tour begins in New York and starts out with sites as seen in the opening credits, including the exit of the Lincoln Tunnel and the famous Manhattan skyline. As you arrive in Jersey, you’ll see more sites including The Muffler Man, Pizza Land, a featured Tudor house, and the ramp to the Pulaski Skyway as seen at the end of every episode.
The tour then hits some more recognizable places: Barone Sanitation, the Skyway Diner, Big Pussy’s auto body shop, and Satin Dolls, also known as the Bada Bing.
The tour visits major sites that were used in filming the show such as Cozzarelli’s; Party Box (now unoccupied), Car Wash, Searchlight Diner and St. Cecilia’s Church, all of which were locations for major scenes as seen in the series.
Get off the bus for a fun stop at Holsten’s (where the final scene of the last episode was shot) and enjoy complimentary onion rings. Sit in “Tony’s” booth with your family for a nostalgic photo to share with friends.
Another major location, Satriale’s Pork Store, was a fictional establishment that was housed in an empty warehouse next to the Irish American Club in Kearny. The set was dismantled after the filming of the series concluded, and the building was torn down to make way for condominiums, which never happened!
More filming locations include the Gold Driving Range, Harrison High School, Seabra’s Rodizio, the statue of Christopher Columbus, St. Cecilia’s, the Nuovo Vesuvio; and many, many more.
During the tour, you’ll get the chance to eat at Holsten’s Diner. If you’d rather venture on your own after the tour, grab a bite to eat in the great Manhattan neighborhood of Little Italy.
Just follow the red, white, and green parking meters along Mulberry Street (between Grand and Canal streets) and you will find more Italian eateries than you could ever hope to visit in a single trip, like Amici II, Café Roma, Casa Bella, Lombardi’s, Fratelli, Caffe Sorrento, Il Palazzo, and more.
In the late 1800s, an influx of Italian immigrants created a Little Italy that wasn’t so little. Now, it is a bit smaller, with only a few thousand Italian-Americans calling Little Italy their home. However, the neighborhood has never lost its charm.
Stop by Umberto’s Clam House, or Il Cortile to have a delicious lunch or dinner. Try La Mela for family-style Italian or Grotta Azzura for upscale Italian. Skip dessert and grab some great cannolis over at Ferrara Bakery and Café, or enjoy a glass of wine and tiramisu at one of the many outdoor cafes.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Yes, the vehicle will stop a few times throughout the tour to let guests off and walk around, as well as visit some of the locations.
Children under 18 years old, including babies, are unfortunately not allowed on the tour, as the content of the tour and several of its stops are not suitable for young children. Please also keep in mind that a couple of the stops on the tour – such as the Bada Bing – do have their own age minimums, and it is up to the discretion of these establishments whom to allow in.
No, our buses do not have two decks. Depending on the size of your group, your tour might be in a coach bus, mini bus, Sedan, SUV, or sprinter.
Please email [email protected] at least 24 hours in advance of the tour to request a wheelchair-accessible vehicle.