New York 3-Day Movie Tour

Day 1 You'll See:

  • Movie & TV Site Tour
  • Radio City Museum Hall
  • Grand Central Station
  • Times Square at Night

Day 2 You'll See:

  • Today Show
  • NBC Studios
  • Rockefeller Center
  • Top of the Rock
  • Broadway Workshop
  • Broadway Show

Day 3 You'll See:

  • Central Park Movie Sites Tour

This exciting New York City tour takes you to popular attractions, fun restaurants, and NYC locations you’ll recognize from your favorite films and television. This movie-lovers tour is perfect for Graduation Trips as it combines one of the most popular cities in the world with the world’s most popular artistic medium – Hollywood. We’ve included two thrilling tours, filled with famous movie and television locations, plus the awe-inspiring energy of Times Square, the excitement of Rockefeller Center, and the inspiration of Broadway. You’re going to love every action-packed moment of this movie-inspired New York City tour – fully arranged by us, fully customized by you!


Movie and TV Site Tour
A genuine New York City actor or actress drives the bus for this exciting tour to t.v. and movie sites in Greenwich Village and beyond. You’ll see the famous Seinfeld diner, the family home from the Cosby Show, Monica’s apartment building from Friends, and tons of locations where your favorite movie stars once walked while shooting New York City films.


Radio City Music Hall
We’ve put this New York City tradition on your itinerary because of its rich history in film and performance. You’ll love the art-deco interiors and be learning about the hydraulic system for this, one of the largest performance stages in the world. You should even get to meet one of the famous Radio City Rockettes.


Grand Central Station
This historic building, once the Grand Depot, has been restored as a hugely popular New York City destination for shopping, dining, culture, and events.


Times Square at Night
Times Square has a certain energy during the day. It’s an important intersection with all kinds of popular shops, theaters, businesses, museums, and television studios. But there’s nothing quite like this amazing site after dark with its dazzling neon lights and famous, giant billboards.


Today Show
This is an early attraction but worth it when you watch the live broadcast of the Today Show from the ground-floor studios at Rockefeller Plaza.


NBC Studios
After being part of television, you’ll tour the NBC studios to learn even more about the process. Walking these halls guarantees you a glimpse into the production for even more NBC shows as well as history and memorabilia from the popular network’s past and present successes.


Rockefeller Center
You’re not done with Rockefeller Center yet! A Center historian will now guide you through its other buildings, its gardens and everything that makes this “city within a city” such a popular New York City attraction.

Top of the Rock
At the top of 30 Rockefeller Center, you’ll get a brilliant, 360-degree view of New York City that is even more exciting than the high-speed shuttle to the top and the multi-media exhibits that complete this unique and thrilling NYC experience.

Broadway Workshop
This amazing project gives young performers the chance to explore their creativity through the many incredible aspects of Broadway. Your class can focus on the song, dance, drama – even the technical or business side of Broadway, depending on your interests. And it’s led by a Broadway professional working right in the midst of the magic.

Broadway Show
Your Broadway Workshop may include the show of your course’s theme from earlier in the day. If not, we’ll hook you up with one of the greats, so you can get the full Broadway experience.


Central Park Movie Sites Tour
These 843 beautiful acres in the midst of busy Manhattan are not only a beautiful place for a stroll, they’ve been featured in hundreds of popular films. This tour points them out to you, from the Boathouse Café used in When Harry Met Sally and other films to the Bethesda Fountain featured in One Fine Day and Ransom and the Trump-Wollman Rink, which you may recognize from all kinds of films, including Serendipity.