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New York City: The Sopranos Filming Locations Bus Tour155 Reviews
Here’s a tour perfect for fans of the hit HBO series, “The Sopranos.” See film locations from the legendary show on a bus tour through “Sopranoland.” From Fr. Phil's Parish to the booth where Tony sat in the last episode, all the major sites are covered.
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- Sit at the booth in Tony's restaurant where the final episode was filmed
- See the steps of the diner where Chris was shot
- Go inside the Bada Bing
- Visit the spot where Big Pussy spoke with the FBI
DescriptionFollow 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. Depending on the size of your group, your tour might be in a coach bus, mini bus, Sedan, SUV, or sprinter. 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.
IncludesBus tour Optional priority seating on the bus
- Please note the following:
- The tour bus driver cannot wait for late-arriving participants.
- There is no assigned seating on the bus, and it's first come, first served (unless you choose the 'Priority Seating' option). If you have a number of people in your party that want to sit together, you should make sure to arrive at least 15-20 minutes early.
- The Sopranos Sites Tour mirrors the content of the series, and may not be appropriate for all ages as it visits adult-oriented locations that may refuse entry to anyone they believe is too young.