See Where Television Magic Took Place With the Sopranos Sites Tour
If you will be in the New York City area and you are a fan of “The Sopranos”, get ready for a thrilling experience. With the Sopranos Sites Tour, you can travel to several of the show’s key locations and get a glimpse of the real-life settings that gave the show an amazing backdrop for serious crime drama. Some consider this program to be one of the best written television shows in history, and this guided tour will give you an opportunity to see where the action took place.
There’s no code of silence on this tour, so get ready to express your enthusiasm as you catch sight of Harrison High School where A.J. threw pizza boxes into the pool, the Bada Bing where business meetings were held against a backdrop of carnal energy, and Barone Sanitation where Tony conducted his “legitimate business”. You will visit the spot where Big Pussy spoke with the FBI and the building in the center of the meadowlands that Tony often passed. Relive the powerful drama at the Skyway Diner where Christopher was shot, and take a peek at La Cibelle’s Restaurant, which was used as the locale for “Nuovo Vesuvio”.
Check out Satriale’s Pork store, where the boss and his crew spent a lot of time hanging out. This is where Agent Harris interrogated Tony about suspected terrorist activity, Big Pussy dressed as Santa Claus, Christopher shot his first victim, and Ralph and Tony made a crucial decision regarding Jackie’s future. It is also the setting of Joey’s initiation into the DiMeo crime family and the place where Christopher’s nightmares about killing Kolar took place. A gruesome disposal of Richie’s remains, involving a meat saw and butcher knives, was also a key event in this location.
Your tour will take you past the ramp to the Pulaski Skyway, a visual motif that was included at the end of every episode. You will also pass by The Muffler Man, Pizzaland, and other spots that were featured in the opening credits. You will be taken to a featured Tudor house, Big Pussy’s Auto Body Shop, Carmine’s Funeral Parlor, and Holsten’s, where the last scene of “The Sopranos” was shot. Hop off of your tour bus and step into the world of the Sopranos by sitting on the steps of the diner where Chris was shot or sitting in the booth where Tony sat in the final scene of the series.
Book Your Tickets Now!
Take advantage of the opportunity to see your favorite fictional show come to life. Book your ticket for an exciting Sopranos Sites Tour today!
- The tour is for adults only, ages 13 and over.