Boston TV- and Movie-Site Tour for One, Two, Three, or Four from On Location Tours (49% Off)

Boston Common

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  • $21 for a Boston TV- and movie-site tour for one ($41 value)
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  • $84 for a Boston TV- and movie-site tour for four ($164 value)

Local actors guide the three-hour Boston TV- and movie-sites tour, dishing out behind-the-scenes specifics and juicy tidbits about more than 40 TV show and movie locations peppered across Boston’s diverse neighborhoods. The tour bus comes outfitted with TV screens that roll video clips corresponding with passing sites, starting at Boston Common and continuing through the quaint brownstones of Beacon Hill, and onto South Boston, Back Bay, Copley, and the North and West Ends before circling back to Boston Common.

Along the way, grab a bite to eat at the original Cheers bar, where everybody knows your Social Security number, or visit the L Street Tavern, the local pub frequented by Matt Damon and Ben Affleck’s characters in Good Will Hunting. Tour-goers can snap shots of spots made famous by films such as The Departed, and Legally Blonde. Tours run rain-or-shine and typically start at 11 a.m. but check the schedule for more dates and details.

On Location Tours

Fiction pops out from the screen and into full three-dimensional life courtesy of On Location Tours. From a certain bar where "Everybody knows your name" to a Nazi-like soup maker's original spot, New York City and Boston have served as the backdrop to some of pop culture's most iconic sites. Though the cameras have long since left, On Location Tours' goal is to bring sightseers face-to-face with iconic locations seen in shows like Mad Men and Friends and films like Good Will Hunting and American Hustle. So, while spacious tour busses charter passengers through New York and Boston's most famous neighborhoods, local actors wax poetic on the history of these spots and the actors who have cemented their status as American pop-culture landmarks. On Location Tours shuttles more than 100,000 tourists a year, and has been featured in national press such as Entertainment Weekly , The Wall Street Journal, and 60 Minutes.

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    Boston Common

    148 Tremont St.

    Boston, Massachusetts 02111

    212-683-2027

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In a Nutshell

Explore Boston's neighborhoods on tours that point out filming locations of famous films and TV shows such as Ted and American Hustle

The Fine Print

Expires Oct 31st, 2014. Must be 18 or older. Credit card required at booking. Reservation required. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Limit 1 per visit. Valid only for option purchased. Merchant's standard cancellation policy applies (any fees not to exceed Groupon price). Reservation subject to availability. Rescheduling subject to availability. Not redeemable for gift cards. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

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A Boston TV & movie site tour for one
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