DC & Marvel Superhero Tour of New York

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  • Duration

    - 1.5 hours (approx.)
  • Midtown

  • Capacity

    - 50
  • Dress

    - It's a walking tour so wear comfortable shoes and clothing
  • Departs

    32 E 32nd st., Saturdays @ 2pm
  • Meeting Location

    32 E 32nd st.
  • Final Destination

    Overlook Bar, 235 W 44 St



Excelsior! What better way to see New York City than through the eyes of its Superheroes?! POW! and ZAM! your way through New York City's most famous superhero hangouts and landmarks. Our world famous Superhero Tour of New York has rave reviews from NBC, CBS, BBC, TIME OUT MAGAZINE, TMZ, USA TODAY and thousands of fan sites around the world!

Visit film locations from the major Hollywood blockbusters as well as real life comic locations.Superhero Tour New York shows you firsthand the prime hangouts of radioactive latex loving spider heroes, vigilante bat-people and delves 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 Gotham City and Metropolis. And in the Marvel Universe characters such as Spider-Man, the Avengers, Ironman and the Fantastic Four inhabit the real New York. See it all on the Superhero Tour of New York! Nowhere else can you get more cape for your buck! Book it today!


  • The Avengers. See the battleground where The Avengers fight for humanity on the streets of NYC
  • Men In Black. Spot the locations from the latest MIB franchise
  • Batman. Sight the former Park Avenue offices of Batman creator Bob Kane, and Will Eisner, creator of The Spirit
  • Spiderman. Instantly recognizable Spidey locations from all the films
  • Fantastic Four. Glimpse of the ‘real’ location of the Fantastic Four’s fictitious Baxter Building
  • Empire State Building. Appreciate 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!"
  • New York Public Library Where Uncle Ben told Peter Parker, 'With great power comes great responsibility!'
  • United Nations. Explore 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
    • Health & Safety Requirements

      • • All guests (2 years and older) are required to wear masks. Masks should be worn over your nose and mouth and fit snugly against the sides of your face and chin.
      • • All guests are required stay at least 6 feet (about 2 arm lengths) from others who aren't with their personal party.
      • • Be alert for COVID-19 symptoms. If you are experiencing fever, cough, shortness of breath, or other symptoms of COVID-19, or have been exposed, PLEASE contact us to reschedule your tour.
      • • To ensure a fun experience, we take our health and safety seriously and hope you do too. Please review our Health Safely Requirements.
      • • Due to safety precautions, all tours will take place exclusively outdoors. Entering shops and places of interest may not be available at this time.
      • • Due to current safety restrictions, bathrooms may not be accessible during the tours.

New York landmarks and attractions

  • Empire State Building
  • Grand Central Station
  • Flat Iron Building
  • Chrysler Building
  • United Nations
  • The Avengers
  • Batman
  • Spiderman
  • Superman

Customer Reviews


5 star(s)  81.82% (81 vote(s))
4 star(s)  13.13% (13 vote(s))
3 star(s)  325.25% (322 vote(s))
2 star(s)  342.42% (339 vote(s))
1 star(s)  746.46% (739 vote(s))
“Super Hero Tour of New York”
By Frank A on November 30, 2012
My two sons and I loved this tour. The guide was so informative and he knew a great deal not only about the main subject of the tour but also the history of New York. On the tour you visit a number of famous landmarks where super hero films have been shot and a few lesser known parts of the city that are connected to super heroes either because a writer or actor have lived/worked there. Buildings that you see or go into on this tour include Grand Central Station, New York City Library, The Chrysler Building and the Flat Iron Building.

if you take this tour you will find out what Batman owes to a game of cards, why Kryptonite was invented to weaken Superman as well as the history of the comic book and the companies that produce them. The tour ends in fantastic bar between 2nd & 3rd Avenues where artists used to meet and they have left fantastic examples of their work on the walls.

The only down side of the tour was that my 12 year old son found the walking a bit much, but on the whole this is certainly a tour that is worth doing.

Visited April 2012

From TripAdvisor
Well worth it-five stars
By IB246 on October 21, 2011
Took the tour with my 11 year old nephew as we were in the city for New York Comicon. Couldn't have been better. Loved that the tour delved into the history of comics and relevant film locations which got my nephew engaged but also gave history of great NY landmarks such as Chrysler Building, Grand Central Terminal so he was getting some educational stuff too, he recalled information given on this tour much better than other tours because the guide made it so relatable. Friendly and accessible for adults and kids alike and there are places on this tour I would never have visited or known about. Minor sticking point is that you don't finish where you started, luckily I know my way about the city but if you don't have a great sense of direction do ask for directions as to how you get back to where you need to be. Other than that, was one of the highlights of my recent trip and would recommend it if you are at all interested in either comics or comic related movies.
“The Superhero Tour of NY: Great for comic enthusiasts!”
By 96flygirl (a TripAdvisor Member) on November 30, 2012
My husband (a comic book enthusiast) and I went on the "Superhero Tour of NY' in early June 2012. The tour began in a comic book store directly across from the Empire State Building and lasted approximately 2 hours.

Our guide, Paul Lepelletier, was extremely well informed and I (not being a comic book enthusiast) actually enjoyed the tour and learned a lot of interesting facts about the origin and progression of comics.

The walking was not strenuous at all. We stopped frequently along our route and Paul kept us engaged by quizzing us about different movies/ actors/ comics which kept the tour quite interesting.

I would recommend this tour to anyone visiting New York~ even if you aren't interested in comics. It's a great way to explore a NY in a different way and it'll even make you look at some older, drab buildings in a whole new light after you learn what has happened in them.

Visited June 2012

From TripAdvisor
Fabulous and unique experience!
By Liz on November 15, 2015
Our tour guide, Paul, was in the comic book industry himself, so we had an incredible experience learning information about different landmarks in Manhattan that we never knew or noticed as we have been to Manhattan numerous times! You could tell Paul thoroughly enjoyed sharing his knowledge and personal stories while being in the industry. This can be proven because the tour was advertised as being 1.5 hours long and lasted over 2 hours. He made sure to catch the interest of both the children and adults who were in the group. He even took the time at the end to draw a comic book character for everyone in the group and signed it. Thank you, Paul, for a worthwhile experience-maybe we will see you in Manhattan givIng a tour to others in the future:).
By Super Tour! on January 14, 2011
I have been to NYC countless times in the past and on this particular trip I wanted to do something different. I found the Superhero tour of New York and thought that it sounded like it could be fun. It went beyond my expectations! The guide, Paul, was a fountain of superhero and comic book knowledge. We saw sights from Superman, Spider-man, The Fantastic Four, Kick-a*s and so many others that I can't even remember! We ended the tour and this really cool bar/restaurant that has hundreds of hand drawn comics on the wall from the actual original artist! What a hidden gem and huge surprise for the tour! Great way to end a fantastic afternoon! If you are looking for something different and fun and entertaining to do in the NYC, this tour is it!