Visit the American Museum of Natural History
. Take a walk in Central Park
. Check out the comic book store and fill up your collection
. Climb the Rocky Steps
. Have dinner at the restaurant featured in 'The Devil Wears Prada'.
Are you a great admirer of cinema and interested in following the path of your favorite characters, seeing things from their perspective and even visiting the restaurants they visited?
Then, we suggest you pay attention to a short four-day scenario of the most famous filming locations of such cities as New York and Philadelphia. You walk along the alleys of Central Park and admire the floating boats from the Bow Bridge, explore the very exhibits of the American Museum of Natural History come to life in the first part of the 'Night at the Museum' film, see New York from the height of the observation deck of the Empire State Building and climb the steps symbolizing Rocky's success.
Movies Trip: New York and Philadelphia
4 days itinerary by Elena Sadchikova - Museums and Culture, Weekend, Families with Kids - Car, 2 Hotels
Road Trip Categories: Museums and Culture, Weekend, Families with Kids
Day 1: Your first day in New York
Welcome to New York! Today's program would refer only to visiting the original restaurant and walking in Central Park, a landmark of American film industry.
Day 2: Dinosaurs and Skyscrapers
Today we continue to explore New York, visit the Museum of Natural History, go up to the observation deck of a skyscraper and have dinner at the favorite steakhouse of Meryl Streep character portrayed in 'The Devil Wears Prada'
Day 3: Philly's Most Iconic Filming Locations
You're going to Philadelphia today to climb the Rocky Steps and follow the path of the characters of the movie 'National Treasure.' And before you visit the largest city in Pennsylvania, take the Old Barracks Museum tour to see what it's like to be part of a different era.
Day 4: Farewells to Philadelphia
The Philadelphia City's center is familiar to you from scenes of the films such as 'Split', 'The Sixth Sense', 'Unbreakable', and other films of M. Night Shyamalan. If you have time after breakfast, devote it to walks on city streets and parks.