Thousands of movies have been shot in New York, and quite a few of those New York films have become part of pop culture. Here's a guide to some of the most famous movie locations in New York City.
The lead character in Crocodile Dundee gets into a fight inside this famed East Village saloon.
The interior and exterior of The Waldorf has been featured in many movies. James Earl Jones' character stayed here in “Coming to America”.
Of course the Audrey Hepburn's character in Breakfast at Tiffany's noms on breakfast outside of the store.
This iconic park makes the urban jungle liveable. In Kramer vs. Kramer the Central Park Mall is the setting for the scene where Ted hands back his Son, Billy to his estranged wife Joanna.
New York wouldn't be NYC without Times Square. Filmmakers closed down Times Square for a dream sequence in Vanilla Sky.
The library scenes in the first Ghostbusters movie were shot in the NYPL main branch. Make sure to take a tour of the building while you're here; it's an architectural masterpiece.
The baptism scene in the first Godfather was shot here.