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The Sopranos Sites Tour

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  • 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
The Sopranos Sites Tour
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Tour of Sopranos film sites in New York departing at 10am
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Priority Seating upgrade includes pre-boarding, guaranteed seating in the first 4 rows, and close access to the tour guide. Departs at 10am
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Tour of Sopranos film sites in New York departing at 11:30am
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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.

Reviews (205)
1 - 5 of 47 reviews
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile
Best tour ever

To see all the sites from the best show ever was unbelievable, the guide Marc really friendly and knowledgeable about the show, he worked on the show and was able to tell us all about what went on behind the scenes, we were brought through...More

Thank ingles69Dublin
Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

Couldn’t recommend this tour enough, our tour guide Marc was brilliant - loads of facts, trivia, questions, and he created an environment where people could speak up, ask questions and get involved! The tour was around 4 hours and there was never a dull moment....More

Thank LeaCl1990
Reviewed 4 days ago
The best thing we did in New York. Just fantastic.

If you're are a fan of The Soprano's and you are in New York, then this is a must. Our tour guide Marc was super informative, witty and not at all jaded despite what must be hundreds of repetitions of this tour. You get to...More

Thank Paul P
Reviewed 2 weeks ago
The Sopranos Tour

This was a great tour! Our Tour guide Marc was very knowledgeable and knew everything about the Sopranos! It was a fun tour with lots of surprises. If you are a Sopranos fan this is the tour for you. It was great to see all...More

Thank Enza P
Reviewed 3 weeks ago
For the real die-hard, loyal Capos of the family!

I've been a fan of The Sopranos since day 1. And ever since the show ended, I've been watching it at least once every year. My love for the show runs incredibly deep and it means alot to me. I can honestly say, the main...More

Thank De-Sven
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October 19, 2018|
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Response from WildF6 | Reviewed this property |
Yes the coach makes stops at main locations,including Bada Bing and you can even take photo in the booth from final scene.If you love the show you’ll love the tour.
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August 16, 2018|
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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.