New York Private The Devil Wears Prada Movie Locations Tour
New York
Explore NYC's fashion scene with The Devil Wears Prada tour. Walk in Andrea Sachs' shoes, shop Fifth Avenue, and see iconic movie locations.
Duration: 3 hours
Cancellation: 1 day learn more
  • The McGraw Hill Building - Step into the fictional Elias-Clark offices, the driving force behind Runway Magazine, located in the McGraw-Hill Building. This iconic setting is central to the glamorous fashion world. Experience the allure of the McGraw-Hill Building, where fashion dreams are realized. Admire its facade and soak in the chic atmosphere of the main lobby. This 1931 architectural masterpiece is more than just a building; it’s a gateway to the heart of the fashion industry.

  • The St. Regis New York - Enter the opulent world of The St. Regis, a hidden gem of luxury and sophistication. The lavish presidential suite in this grand hotel served as the backdrop for a scene set at the Plaza Athénée in Paris. Here, Andrea encounters Miranda in a rare moment of vulnerability, without makeup. The legendary King Cole Bar, dating back to 1934, tells a story of mixology excellence. It was here that bartender Fernand Petiot created the famous Red Snapper cocktail, which later became known worldwide as the Bloody Mary. Imagine Christian, played by Simon Baker, entrusting Andrea with the secret manuscript of the seventh Harry Potter book.

  • Bubby’s - Celebrate your Runway success at this restaurant, where Andrea toasted her achievements with friends. Fun fact: it’s owned by Robert De Niro! Whether you’re in the mood for a delightful brunch or one of their exceptional ice cream sodas, every dish is a treat.

  • Erin McKenna’s Bakery NYC - Andrea’s apartment

Discover the charm of Andrea and Nate’s apartment, conveniently located next to Erin McKenna’s bakery. Indulge in vegan and gluten-free pastries that are a must-try. Picture Andrea grabbing a muffin on her way to work, adding a touch of sweetness to her daily routine.

  • American Museum of Natural History - The prestigious American Museum of Natural History was the grand stage for the annual Runway gala. Facing Central Park, with an entrance reminiscent of a Roman triumphal arch, this historic museum was the perfect backdrop for the glamorous event. Amidst the dazzling exhibits, Andrea seizes a moment to outshine Emily (Emily Blunt) by recalling a guest’s name at the right time. Established in 1869, the museum is one of the largest and most renowned natural history museums in the world, with over 34 million specimens and artifacts. Explore the blend of glamour and knowledge in this iconic museum.

  • Smith & Wollensky - Watch Andrea’s quick dash to satisfy Miranda’s craving for a steak from this upscale dining spot established in 1977. A fun fact: the name Smith & Wollensky was whimsically chosen by founder Alan Stillman, who picked two names at random from the Manhattan phone book. Charlie Smith and Ralph Wollensky made it onto the opening invitation cards, a nod to Stillman’s dogs, Charlie and Ralph.

  • Central Park - Runway’s editor-in-chief resides in this prestigious neighborhood, one of the most luxurious real estate areas in the U.S. The Upper East Side, known as the “Silk Stocking District,” epitomizes luxury and affluence, fitting for Miranda Priestley’s residence. This neighborhood borders Central Park, offering a peaceful escape from city life. Stroll through the park’s scenic landscapes, enjoy recreational activities, or relax in its tranquil ambiance. Admire the historic brownstones, upscale residences, and stylish boutiques. The streets feature a mix of classic and modern design, a visual delight for architecture enthusiasts.

  • Cary Building - A historical landmark since 1982, the Cary Building stands with its five stories and distinctive cast-iron facade. This architectural gem is a key location in the film, where Andrea secures a job towards the movie’s end. The editor, influenced by Miranda’s recommendation, sees potential in Andrea, calling her “his biggest disappointment” but recognizing that hiring her would be wise. Explore the blend of history and fiction in this iconic building, a testament to New York City’s architectural heritage.

  • Gapstow Bridge - In a picturesque moment during the Runway Magazine photo shoot “Urban Jungle,” Nigel and Andrea converse against the backdrop of Gapstow Bridge. This charming bridge, spanning the Pond in Central Park, has its own story. Originally built in 1874, the current structure dates back to 1896. Its timeless design and serene location make Gapstow Bridge a favorite spot for quiet reflection and stylish meetings. Immerse yourself in the beauty and history of Central Park at Gapstow Bridge.

  • Times Square / Theater District - In a dramatic scene, Andrea navigates the vibrant lights and energy of Times Square, trying to secure a flight for Miranda during a Florida hurricane. Times Square, known as “The Crossroads of the World,” symbolizes the city’s dynamism and cultural richness. This iconic intersection, with its dazzling billboards and surrounded by theaters, shops, and restaurants, captures the essence of the city that never sleeps. Experience the hustle and bustle of Times Square, where New York’s spirit comes alive amid its iconic neon lights.

What's Included
  • Must see and off the beaten path of NYC
  • Multiple start times available
  • Authentic local New York experience with iconic movie locations
  • Customizable itinerary
  • Meeting in the hotel lobby
  • Private walking tour with the use of subway
  • Expert advice where to go and what to do after the tour
  • All taxes
  • Friendly local guide
What's Not Included
  • Food and drinks
  • Gratuities (optional)
Additional Information

Immerse yourself in the sartorial wonders of the Big Apple where every street is a runway. Inspired by the novel from the ex-assistant to Vogue’s iconic boss, Anna Wintour, David Frankel’s comedy invites you to delve into the chic and sometimes ruthless world of fashion. Step into the fashionable shoes of Andrea Sachs, played by the talented Anne Hathaway. Andrea’s journey through the glitzy avenues of New York promises a glimpse into the high-stakes and high-heels drama of the fashion industry. From bustling streets to glamorous boutiques, each step echoes with the rhythm of this vibrant, trendsetting metropolis. Witness the dynamic energy that propels this city to the forefront of global fashion. Discover New York’s glamorous fashion scene, following in the footsteps of your favorite characters. Indulge in some retail therapy on the famed Fifth Avenue, where luxury boutiques and designer stores beckon. Explore the iconic New York backdrops as you traverse the city that never sleeps.

The McGraw Hill Building
West 42nd Street
Cancellation Policy

For a full refund, cancel at least 24 hours before the scheduled departure time.

Select Date and Tickets
up to 15 guests
1 Adult
July 2024