Home Alone 2: Christmas in New York Private Tour
Home Alone 2 - Christmas in New York Private Tour
Home Alone 2 - Christmas in New York Private Tour

Home Alone 2: Christmas in New York Private Tour

Ready, set, action! Holiday movie fans – it’s time to channel your inner Kevin McCallister  in New York City! While it’s true that NYC has the distinction of being the backdrop for numerous movies, when it comes to holiday movies, perhaps the one that showcases the city’s most iconic sites is 1992’S Home Alone 2: Lost in New York. Think about it – The Plaza Hotel, FAO Schwarz (AKA Duncan’s Toy Chest), Rockefeller Center, Radio City Music Hall, Central Park, Times Square – they all conjure up images of the Big Apple because they are some of the city’s most well-known landmarks and must-sees for visitors. This festive tour will take you to all of them – and more! – during your six hours with your private driver and tour guide – but minus the two bumbling burglars that Kevin had to deal with! Plus, it comes with an extra “scene” – a visit to One World Observatory where you can take in the city – all decked out in its holiday best – from over 100 stories above! Now that’s a wrap!

Mid-November through December Only

Duration: 6-Hours
Start Time: Flexible
Meeting Location: Flexible
Activity Level: Easy

Tour Itinerary & Highlights

  • Your six-hour holiday tour begins when you are picked up in your private luxury vehicle by a professional driver, along with an expert, experienced tour guide at a designated location in Manhattan of your choice.

  • From there you’ll head to Kevin’s first stop on his NY adventure – the world-renowned Plaza Hotel, FAO Schwarz – which was the fictional Duncan’s Toy Chest in the movie – a target for the “Wet Bandits,” Central Park – where Kevin met the “Pigeon Lady,” the Empire Diner – where he encountered a Santa on stilts, Battery Park – where you can get a glimpse of Lady Liberty just like Kevin did, the Rockefeller Center Christmas Tree – where Kevin’s mom ultimately found him at the end of the movie and much, much more!

  • After you’ve “scene” all of these iconic – and sentimental – filming spots, you’ll then be treated to a view of New York City’s skyline from over one hundred stories above at the One World Observatory, atop One World Trade Center. Here – thanks to your all-inclusive ticket you’ll get to take advantage of the priority lane for both security and for the SkyPod elevators – getting you to the stunning views quickly. You’ll also get $15.00 per person to use on food and beverages while you’re there.

  • All stops, timing and inclusions of the tour are dependent upon traffic and weather conditions.

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