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New York Holiday Lights and Movie Sites Bus Tour

Product ID: 41221
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Take a 2.5-hour guided bus tour of New York to see the spectacular holiday lights and movie sites of the most filmed city in the world. A local New York actor will entertain and explain the landmark attractions, such as the Rockefeller Center, and more.
About this activity
Duration 2.5 hours
Printed or mobile voucher accepted
Instant confirmation
Live guide
English
Easy cancellation
Cancel up to 24 hours in advance for a full refund

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Experience

Highlights
  • See the apartment where Buddy the Elf stays with his Dad in Elf
  • Marvel at the electrifying storefront displays on Fifth Avenue
  • Relive a Home Alone Christmas moment outside the Rockefeller Center
  • Enjoy a photo-op in front of the Lincoln Center Christmas tree
Full description
Relax on board a festive lights and movie sites bus in New York City as a local actor guide entertains and informs you throughout this one-of-a-kind sightseeing experience.

Experience the festive lights and decorations of Manhattan as they sparkle during the holidays, and spot iconic landmarks as well as some of the city’s hidden gems. Marvel at the famed tree in Rockefeller center where Macaulay Culkin reunited with his mom in “Home Alone 2.” Peek into the brilliant holiday windows at Bloomingdale, Lord and Taylor, and the same Macy's from “Miracle on 34th Street.”

Learn where Bill Murray found out his taxi driver was the Ghost of Christmas Past in “Scrooged.” Pass through Central Park and reminisce about the serendipitous moment that John Cusack and Kate Beckinsale had at Wollman Rink in “Serendipity.”

Whether you’re visiting New York or looking for a unique holiday experience in your hometown, this sightseeing excursion is sure to spread holiday cheer!
Includes
  • Guide
  • Transportation by bus
What’s Not Included
  • Entrance to sites
  • Food and drinks

When you get there

Meeting point

60th Street and Broadway (outside Starbucks on Broadway) near Columbus Circle

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