Coupon, promo code for Holiday Lights & Movie Sites Tour in New York City

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New York City is always an exciting place to be and the magic of the Christmas season makes it an even more thrilling place to be.  The beautiful decorations, holiday lights, the stores’ window displays, shopping for presents – revel in the sights and sounds of Fifth Avenue!

If you’re like me, you’ll want to see it all.  And the best way to do that is on the Holiday Lights & Movie Sites Tour in New York City.  See the best of the best of the city’s holiday splendor in a warm, comfortable motor coach.  After a long day of walking around the city, it’s great to be able to sit back and relax as you see one beautiful sight after another.  

Your tour guide can point out the sights to you and explain their significance and the stories behind them.  You’ll see hidden gems that you never would have found on your own.  Your guide will be an actor or actress and you can learn some of the city’s insider secrets from them.

In addition to the holiday lights, you’ll also see filming locations from popular holiday movies.  You’ll see on screen movie clips and then you’ll see the actual filming sites.

The tour starts at 63rd and Broadway.  You’ll travel to the Upper West Side of Manhattan where you’ll see movie sites from “Scrooged” and “New Year’s Eve.”  You’ll go on to the iconic Lincoln Center where you’ll get a photo op with its magnificent Christmas tree.  Along the way, you’ll see beautiful Christmas decorations and you’ll stop to see amazing window displays.  See Christmas extravagance that are literally works of art.

Your tour will take you through Central Park’s 65th Street Traverse and you’ll see sites from the many holiday movies filmed on location there.  See the Wollman Rink from “Home Alone 2” and “Serendipity” and the Bethesda Fountain in “Elf.”

On the Upper East Side, you’ll see the restaurant from “Serendipity.”  Back in Manhattan, you’ll see location sites from “Eloise At Christmastime.”  

You’ll head to Rockefeller Center and see the amazing New York City Christmas tree with over 50,000 multi-colored LED lights.  Watch the skaters gliding around the Ice Rink.  Very few things can get you in the holiday spirit like Rockefeller Center can.

Go down Fifth Avenue and see the incredibly beautiful windows at Lord & Taylor, Macy’s and Bloomingdale’s.  The tour will stop at Bryant Park Holiday Market and you’ll have a little time to explore the market.

Make New York City holiday memories that you’ll cherish forever.


Book your ticket here and you can save $5.80 (10% discount) on each ticket.