When Harry Met Seinfeld Tour (On Location Tours)

You’ve seen New York City on the big and small screen, now see it for yourself through the lens of your most beloved characters! This two-hour tour will start north of Times Square in Columbus Circle at McGee’s Pub, inspiration for MacLaren’s on How I Met Your Mother. While you weave down the crowded avenues, you will see the original “Soup Man” from Seinfeld, still the best soup in the city!

You’ll make your way up Broadway to the Upper West Side, home to Seinfeld and his gang and check out many famous neighborhood hotspots from over the years. Next stop is Monks a.k.a Tom’s Restaurant, their favorite spot featured in almost every episode. Famous writer, Nora Ephron, is also a true fan of this neighborhood and found these quiet streets a perfect setting for her romantic comedies. You’ll stop for coffee at cafes featured in You’ve Got Mail and When Harry Met Sally.

Next, you’ll turn east and stroll along the edge of Central Park to the Upper East Side. This neighborhood has been featured in hundreds of productions for its beautiful mansions, world-renowned museums and Madison Avenue shopping. Museum Mile is home to ten museums and featured in far too many movies and shows to count. The most famous of all is The Metropolitan Museum of Art and more importantly the Met Steps. Along with thousands of locals and visitors each day, you can sit just like Blake Lively on Gossip Girl or Kevin James in Hitch. After passing some of the famously featured mansions of the UES, you will cap off your time in this glamorous neighborhood passing Barney’s New York, where Elaine from Seinfeld and Jack from Will and Grace both worked.

Last but not least, you will explore Midtown and stop in front of one of the most filmed buildings in the world, the Plaza Hotel. This building is a never ending classic being featured in films like The Way We Were, Almost Famous, American Hustle and Home Alone 2.

If you’re a film enthusiast, you cannot miss this tour that will bring you by the iconic hidden gems of film nestled within New York’s beautiful, residential neighborhoods.

Location: 55th Street between 8th Ave & Broadway (exact location given at time of purchase)

Hours: Thursday and Saturday, 2:00 pm

You’ve seen New York City on the big and small screen, now see it for yourself through the lens of your most beloved characters! This two-hour tour will start north of Times Square in Columbus Circle at McGee’s Pub, inspiration for MacLaren’s on How I Met Your Mother. While you weave down the crowded avenues, you will see the original “Soup Man” from Seinfeld, still the best soup in the city!

You’ll make your way up Broadway to the Upper West Side, home to Seinfeld and his gang and check out many famous neighborhood hotspots from over the years. Next stop is Monks a.k.a Tom’s Restaurant, their favorite spot featured in almost every episode. Famous writer, Nora Ephron, is also a true fan of this neighborhood and found these quiet streets a perfect setting for her romantic comedies. You’ll stop for coffee at cafes featured in You’ve Got Mail and When Harry Met Sally.

Next, you’ll turn east and stroll along the edge of Central Park to the Upper East Side. This neighborhood has been featured in hundreds of productions for its beautiful mansions, world-renowned museums and Madison Avenue shopping. Museum Mile is home to ten museums and featured in far too many movies and shows to count. The most famous of all is The Metropolitan Museum of Art and more importantly the Met Steps. Along with thousands of locals and visitors each day, you can sit just like Blake Lively on Gossip Girl or Kevin James in Hitch. After passing some of the famously featured mansions of the UES, you will cap off your time in this glamorous neighborhood passing Barney’s New York, where Elaine from Seinfeld and Jack from Will and Grace both worked.

Last but not least, you will explore Midtown and stop in front of one of the most filmed buildings in the world, the Plaza Hotel. This building is a never ending classic being featured in films like The Way We Were, Almost Famous, American Hustle and Home Alone 2.

If you’re a film enthusiast, you cannot miss this tour that will bring you by the iconic hidden gems of film nestled within New York’s beautiful, residential neighborhoods.

Location: 55th Street between 8th Ave & Broadway (exact location given at time of purchase)

Hours: Thursday and Saturday, 2:00 pm

ADULT:

$48.00

CHILD:

$32.00

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adult:

$48.00

child:

$32.00

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