The bright lights and big city have always attracted gangsters,
mobsters and organised crime.
From the 19th century Five Points Gang, as featured in Martin Scorsese’s
Gangs of New York, through to the prohibition gangsters of the 1920's and into
the modern era of John Gotti and gangster rappers; an examination of New York’s
underbelly provides a fascinating insight into the life and times of this great
metropolis. New York has also provided the backdrop for some of the most popular
gangster films in recent times such as The Godfather, GoodFellas, Donnie Brasco
and American Gangster.
Celebrity Planet's chauffeur driven tours are a luxurious but affordable
solution to sightseeing in style. We take you away from the crowded streets and
buses on an intimate tour guided by your professional chauffeur, who gives you
personal attention and courtesy throughout the experience, including hotel pick
up/drop off and numerous photo opportunities. Make no mistake, it's just you and
the chauffeur, there is no better way to travel!
On this 3 hour private chauffeur driven tour you will
The huge cemetery in Queens that was the location for the lavish funeral of
Don Corleone (Marlon Brando) in The Godfather Part I. and is the real life resting place of numerous other film locations from Goodfellas, The Godfather
Parts I, II & III, Bullets Over Broadway, American Gangster, Scarface, Once
Upon A Time In America and Mean Streets.
The childhood home of Al Capone.
The hotel once lived in by gangsters Frank Costello, Benjamin "Bugsy" Siegel
and Charles "Lucky" Luciano.
The restaurant where John Gotti had Gambino crime family boss Paul
Castellano and mobster Thomas Bilotti gunned down in broad daylight.
The Little Italy headquarters of the Gambino crime family.
The recording studio where Tupac Shakur was shot in 1994, sparking the
vicious East Coast-West Coast gangster rap war which eventually led to both his
death, and that of Christopher Wallace aka Notorious BIG.
The Brooklyn school attended by Christopher Wallace (aka Notorious BIG),
Shawn Carter (aka Jay-Z) and Trevor Tahiem Smith, Jr. (aka Busta Rhymes).