Immerse yourself in the gangster culture of New York's colorful Little Italy district on a 2-hour walking tour. Hear the stories and learn the secrets of infamous gangsters, visit Mafia landmarks, and see location sites from famous gangster movies.
What to Expect
Explore the history and mob culture of the Mafia in Little Italy on a walking tour of New York’s most colorful neighborhood. Along the way, visit sights from Mafia history, as well as film locations from many iconic gangster movies.
Start at Petrosino Square, named after New York City’s first Italian detective, who locked up more than 500 criminals. Continue to John Gotti’s social club and favorite Little Italy hangouts, and visit the Curb Exchange, the bootlegging depot of New York City during Prohibition.
Go to Umberto’s to see the site of Little Italy’s most infamous mob shooting. Discover where the unofficial mayor of Little Italy works, behind the counter at Cha Cha’s. Explore Old St. Patrick’s Cathedral, New York’s oldest Catholic church, featured in “Mean Streets” and “The Godfather Trilogy.”
Follow in the footsteps of “Donnie Brasco” and “The Sopranos,” and grab a drink at Mulberry Street Bar. Visit the New York County Courthouse, where Henry Hill - played by Ray Liotta in “Goodfellas” - testified against the mob, and much more.
What's Not Included
- Food and drinks (unless specified)
Meet at Petrosino Square, Cleveland Place (Lafayette and Kenmare). The nearest Subway station is Spring St. (Line 6)
Know Before You Go
• Tours operate with a maximum 20 people per tour guide
• Please wear comfortable shoes and clothes
• This tour operates rain or shine