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The Sopranos Sites Tour

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Highlights
  • Explore The Sopranos New Jersey filming locations during this half-day tour
  • Visit 40-plus film sites, including Carmine’s Funeral Parlor and Skyway Diner
  • Listen to entertaining commentary about the show and its production
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The Sopranos Sites Tour
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Morning Tour 10amMost Popular
Tour of Sopranos film sites in New York departing at 10am
US$ 52.00
Morning Priority Seating 10am
Priority Seating upgrade includes pre-boarding, guaranteed seating in the first 4 rows, and close access to the tour guide. Departs at 10am
US$ 62.00
Morning Tour 11:30am
Tour of Sopranos film sites in New York departing at 11:30am
US$ 52.00
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Overview
Enter the world of Tony Soprano and his crew while exploring the filming locations for the hit HBO series during this half-day tour. Head to New Jersey and explore more than 40 filming sites including Pizza Land, the Bada Bing! Nightclub, and more. Enjoy entertaining commentary from your onboard guide while learning fun facts about the show and its production.
What to Expect

Meet your guide in Midtown Manhattan and hop aboard the coach to begin your half-day tour of The Sopranos filming locations in New Jersey. Upgrade your seat to the front of the bus—for an extra fee—to be sure that you don’t miss a thing.

View a few famous Manhattan sites from the show’s opening credits, including the Lincoln Tunnel and city skyline as you cross into New Jersey.

Once in Jersey, visit more than 40 filming locations from the show such as Pizza Land, the Muffler Man, the Valley Landscape silo, and the Pulaski Skyway ramp. Visit some of “the family’s” favorite hangouts including the restaurant known as Nuovo Vesuvio in the show.

Listen to entertaining and informative commentary from your guide and learn everything about the show from fun facts to its production.

The tours ends near 42nd Street and 6th Avenue in Midtown Manhattan.

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1 - 5 of 37 reviews

Reviewed 6 days ago
Marc was brilliant

Loved it, even my dad loved it and he has never watched an episode, so will put that right when I return. Only disappointing thing and I knew it wasn't happening before we went anyway so didn't expect it is that it is a shame...More

Thank James M
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile
Must see for a fan of The Sopranos

Recently took this tour (Saturday 8th September), and it was just awesome seeing some of the most iconic locations from the show including The Bada Bing (Satin Dolls is the actual name). I learned a lot of little pieces of information that I never knew...More

Thank SidMoore89
Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Fun tour with knowledgable guide!

This tour takes you to many recognizable sites from the show. Our guide Marc was excellent,he knew tons of trivia and interesting facts about the series and made the tour a really interactive experience. Would recommend this tour to any fan!

Thank cheekymunnkey
Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Great for Sopranos fans

A great tour, Marc our host was funny, knowledgeable and just great. Got to see so many sites from the show, I think we’ll be going home to watch the whole series again. Only tricky part was meeting Vito at the beginning, who charged us...More

Thank Sydneytraveller2014
Reviewed 4 weeks ago
Commendatori

Awesome tour for both hardcore and casual fans. The host, Marc, is very entertaining and informative. All the sites from the series are covered and it's a pretty good way to see New Jersey, or at least the Sopranos-related areas. I could not recommend this...More

Thank TJ L
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Juliet S
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Response from AllanandAndrea | Reviewed this property |
Also, there are several operators. Make sure you go onto the ‘On Location Tours’ website.
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