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Sopranos TV Location Tour Tickets


Do you want a real-life peek into the filming locations seen on The Sopranos? Join On Location Tours’ guided bus tour of Sopranos sites to become a Sopranos expert! Join us for sightseeing from NYC to the Jersey suburbs where Tony Soprano and his mafia buddies spend their days and nights.

Immerse yourself in the shadowy world of Tony Soprano and the gang on this location tour of sites where the hit HBO series ‘The Sopranos’ was filmed. Head to New Jersey for a half-day bus tour, accompanied by an entertaining guide who has worked as an actor on the show.

Get in touch with your inner boss as you visit more than 40 recognizable sites like Pizza Land, Father Phil’s parish, the Bada Bing! nightclub, and the restaurant used as family favorite Vesuvio.

- 4-hour tour of New Jersey sites featured in the hit TV series The Sopranos

- Gain insider knowledge from a local tour guide, a professional actor on the show

- See more than 40 filming sites from The Sopranos, including the Pulaski Skyway, Carmine’s Funeral Parlor and the Skyway Diner

- Includes round-trip coach transport from Midtown Manhattan

What type of bus is used?

The tour is conducted on an enclosed coach bus. It is heated in the winter and air conditioned in the summer.

Are food and drink included on the tour? Can I bring my own?

No food or drinks are served on the tour, but you can feel free to bring something of your own if it is neat and you’re sure to remove all garbage from the bus at the end of the tour. There may be a quick few stops where you can grab something during the tour. Alcohol is completely prohibited on the bus.

Are cameras allowed on the tour?

Yes. While photography and filming are not allowed on the bus portion of the tour, there are some great spots for taking photos and videos at our numerous stops along the way. You may take photos out the window at the various locations your guide is highlighting.

Is there assigned seating on the bus?

Priority seating offers guaranteed assigned seating in the first four rows of the bus. There is an additional charge for priority seating. Otherwise, seating is first come, first serve. If you have a number of people in your party that want to sit together, you should make sure to arrive 15-20 minutes early. Guests that arrive late or right at the starting time are much more likely to have to split up their group.

Are we on the bus the whole tour?

Absolutely not! The tour takes place on a coach bus since the locations are spread out throughout the city. Each tour will get off the bus at a number of different locations along the way, giving you the opportunity to experience the locations and take pictures. Whenever you leave the bus, it is with the tour guide. The tour includes a mix of on-the-bus viewings of locations and stop to get off the bus to explore, all woven into the story of how they relate to the TV shows and movies that have portrayed them on the big and small screens.

Does this voucher expire?

Yes, it is only valid for the date you have chosen and what is printed on your voucher.

Can I present this voucher on a mobile device?

No, please print out the voucher prior to arriving.

Can this ticket be refunded at all?

Unfortunately, we cannot offer refunds at all.

Are the buses handicapped accessible?

Yes, but please inform On Location Tours at least 24 hours in advance of your visit so that the proper accommodations can be made.

Where does the tour end?

At the end of the tour, the bus heads back to Manhattan to drop off at 40th street and 7th avenue, just one block north from where the tour began.

Is there an age limit on this tour?

Children under 18 years old, including babies, are unfortunately not allowed on the tour, as the content of the tour and several of its stops are not suitable for young children. Please also keep in mind that a couple of the stops on the our - such as the Bada Bing - do have their own age minimums, and it is up to the discretion of these establishments whom to allow in.