- $30 for a priority seat on the TMZ tour of NYC (a $60 value)
A TMZ coach bus equipped with a state-of-the-art audio and video system cruises through New York City for approximately two hours as entertaining TMZ guides point out the locations of some of the biggest celebrity news stories while divulging information about celebrities ranging from Lindsay Lohan, Lady Gaga, and Charlie Sheen to Jay Z and Beyonce and Kim and Kanye. The tour is produced by the same team behind TMZ on TV and TMZ.com and features hilarious videos, fun games, and chances to win prizes.
TMZ Tour NYC
While cruising with their fun-loving passengers through the streets of New York City, the humorous guides for TMZ Tour NYC impart juicy, never-before-heard inside information and periodically leap off the bus to film passenger-spotted celebrities. As written about in a feature for the Daily News, tour-goers can step aboard TMZ's comfortable, custom-designed, star-searching tour bus and get ready to train peepers on the haunts and hangouts of famous personalities during the two-hour excursion.
Guides from the TMZ TV program punctuate celebrity-seeking safaris with exclusive videos that inspire laughs and gasps from the ride's television screens, sharing hot celebrity secrets and behind-the-scenes stories yet to be revealed on the show or the TMZ website. Along the way, tour takers can also sing songs, play games to win prizes and get firsthand glimpses of the shops, restaurants, and clubs where partying stars meet to mingle.
On Location Tours
It doesn't matter if you've never been to New York City in your life: you still know it. So beloved is the city by the makers of movies and TV shows that visitors can hardly take a walk without being reminded of some iconic scene. There's F.A.O. Schwarz, where Tom Hanks played the giant piano in Big, there's the apartment building that Holly Golightly called home in Breakfast at Tiffany's, and there's the Empire State Building, fitted with gorilla wire since the events of King Kong. On Location Tours takes guests of the city on a curated adventure through all of these hotspots and more. The Sex and the City Hotspots tour ventures through a world of classy bars, decadent cupcakes, and saucy adult toy stores, while the Sopranos Sites tour starts in midtown Manhattan and winds through New Jersey locales such as the Bada Bing, Barone Sanitation, and the diner from that unforgettable final scene. Other tours focus on the many films captured at Central Park and the bars, restaurants, and nightclubs celebrities go to in real life to manufacture headlines for the tabloids. Up north, there's the Boston tours, which explore such sites as the bar from Cheers, the L Street Tavern from Good Will Hunting, and the giant letters from the opening credits of Ally McBeal.
“Jordan was awesome”
“It's was fun. Although they make it seem as though you will see famous people. Not likely. More gossip about the famous and cool info. I would recommend it.”