What To Expect
The world famous superhero walking tour visits film locations from the major Hollywood blockbusters and real life comic locations. Discover firsthand the prime hangouts of radioactive latex loving spider heroes, vigilante bat-people and delve deep into the benefits of wearing spandex briefs...
Did you know comic books and superheroes were invented in New York in the 1930s? The city continues to cast its influence over the genre to this day in both comics and films. In the DC Universe New York is the inspiration for both Batman's Gotham City and Superman's Metropolis. And in the Marvel Universe characters such as Spider Man and the Fantastic Four inhabit the 'real' New York.
The Avengers See the battleground where The Avengers fight for humanity on the streets of NYC
Men In Black Locations from the latest MIB franchise
Batman The former Park Avenue offices of Batman creator Bob Kane, and Will Eisner, creator of The Spirit
Spiderman Instantly recognisable Spidey locations from all the films
Fantastic Four The 'real' location of the Fantastic Four's fictitious Baxter Building
Empire State Building The NY landmark has featured in countless Superhero adventures, find out which ones!
Flat Iron Building Not only was this The Daily Bugle in Spiderman, it has featured in countless other films too
Chrysler Building Spidey's regular perch when he's using his spider-sense, this incredible skyscraper has a long association with Superheroes
Grand Central Station Find out which Superheroes have battled in this magnificent train station
The News Building Step inside Clark Kent's workplace, The Daily Planet offices are here
New York Public Library Where Uncle Ben told Peter Parker, 'With great power comes great responsibility!'
United Nations Where Batman and Robin saved the Security Council from the "fearsome foursome" of Joker, Penguin, Riddler and Catwoman
The apartments of Lernore Lemmon (suspected of killing George "Superman" Reeves ) and across the street Kirk Allan (the first Superman 1948) - no they did not knew each other!
The hidden bar where comic book artists have been drawing superhero cartoons on the walls since the 1960's
Meals and drinks
Tips and gratuities
Optional activity costs
Children 12 years and below are free of charge.
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