The Hidden Gems of NYC

Have you ever been to New York City? If you have not, then you need to check out a Central Park movie tour. You will find that going through the park will yield an immense amount of history and information. The whole are area chalked full of a lot of things to do. There are so many things in fact that without someone to show you around you might become overwhelmed and lost. It is huge, upwards of 850 acres, and each one typically has something worth seeing. It could be a simple fountain or maybe just a small grove of trees that might look like nothing to an untrained eye but to someone with the appropriate knowledge they will be able to go on and on about it. Let us take a look at a few of the various movie locations that have been used in Central Park.

The Ice Rink

The area is home to an ice rink that has been seen several different cinema features. The films made at this location include Home Alone 2 and Love Story just to name a couple. If you come during the summer, it may not be more interesting than if you came during winter time.

The Carousel

The Carousel is also one of the varied motion picture locales that you can visit if you take the guided tour. Not only will you be able to ride this lovely attraction but you will learn about the filming done in its area. Made at this location were the flicks The Producers and The Spanish Prisoner.

The Promenade

Following the first two locations will be the Mall also known as the Promenade. It is an excellent location that is immediately recognizable. You will probably know it when you see it, but you may not know what it was called. You will learn about the follow movies in this place: Kramer vs. Kramer and Breakfast at Tiffany’s.

These locales are fantastic places to visit and in truth there are many more you will learn about when you have an experienced professional with you. When you come out to New York City and are looking for something interesting to do you should look no further than a Central Park movie tour. You will not regret your decision to take a few hours to get to know the area better. So get out there and have a great time!

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