The Gossip Girl reboot recently premiered on HBO Max, with new episodes coming weekly. In celebration, On Location Tours offers a popular Gossip Girl Sites Tour featuring New York City locations from the original Gossip Girl series. The three-hour guided bus tour allows fans of the show to walk in the footsteps of the cast from the comfort of an air-conditioned bus.
Stops on the tour include the Met Steps, Constance Billard & St. Jude’s schools, Vera Wang Boutique and Dylan’s Candy Bar. There’s also the Empire Hotel, Grand Central Terminal and more, with multiple opportunities for tour guests to take a dip in the lavish society of Gossip Girl. Opportunities for photo ops, candy stops and shopping are included on the tour, led by a local actress who will talk all things Gossip Girl, both the original and the reboot.
A public tour costs $66 per person, with premium seating available for $76. Private tours can accommodate up to 22 passengers, with a three-person minimum, at $135 per ticket.
On Location Tours host TV and movie tours, and are the only of its kind to operate in multiple cities. Other popular tour options include the NYC TV & Movie Tour; When Harry Met Seinfeld Tour; Sex and the City Hotspots; Sopranos Sites; and Central Park TV & Movie Sites.
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