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Gossip Girl Locations in New York City – The Ultimate Guide for GG Fans

Fans of Gossip Girl will be in their element in the Big Apple. Whether you’re looking for Constance Billard school for girls, Columbia University, the Humphrey Loft, or the Archibald townhouse – you’ve come to the right place to scout out Gossip Girl locations across New York City. If you’re short on time or would prefer the hard work be done for you, you could also consider taking the Gossip Girl Tour of New York City for a modest $42.00. So without further adieu, I give you the must see Gossip Girl sights in and around NYC…

Grand Central Terminal

The all important pilot shot is perhaps the series most memorable – Serena Van der Woodson enters Grand Central Terminal right before her official return to NYC. It’s also a stunning display of architecture in its grandeur design – and a must see for visitors to New York.

Grand Central Terminal | 89 E 42nd Street, New York City

The Campbell Apartment

While you’re there, be sure to head over to this swanky (and oh so nyc) bar inside Grand Central Terminal, where the opening scene of Serena and Nate takes place on this very bar. Drinks are pricey but the atmosphere is so worth it!

The Campbell Apartment | Grand Central Terminal

New York Palace Hotel

Home to the Van der Woodson’s and affectionately known as Serena’s lair – the New York Palace Hotel is an icon in the Gossip Girl series. The restaurant inside ‘GILT’ is also known for the scene where Serena enjoys a grilled cheese – a popular item from the menu for fans of the show.

New York Palace Hotel | 455 Madison Ave. (50th/51st Streets)

Metropolitan Museum of Art

More commonly known as “the MET steps” where Blaire often enjoys lunch with her minions.

The MET | 1000 Fifth Avenue at 82nd Street

Museum of the City of New York

Used in the tv series as the entrance to Constance Billard School for girls and St. Jude School for boys.

Museum of the City | 1220 Fifth Avenue at 103rd S

Dylan’s Candy Bar

Not only is it the location for the scene where Dan and Vanessa shop for Nate’s anniversary present, but it is also the largest candy store in the world and home to over 5,000 types of candy.

Dylan’s Candy Bar | 1011 3rd Ave

Erin Mckenna’s Bakery

Used for the scene where Dan bumps into Serena and ends up dropping his desserts on the sidewalk in an attempt to stop S from getting in the car.

248 Broome Street (Orchard & Ludlow)

The Humphrey Loft

Affectionately known as the loft home of the Humphrey family – Dan, Jenny, and Rufus up until the third season, where Rufus moves in with Lilly. The loft is located almost directly under the Manhattan Bridge.

455 Water Street, Apartment #6, Brooklyn

Columbia University

While the only character that decides to attend the university in season 2 is Nate Archibald, we rarely see him there in his freshman year in season 3. In season 4 the Hamilton House is introduced, where Blaire and Serena are recruited into.

Broadway, New York

The Archibald Townhouse

The stately manor of the Archibald family is located just of 5th avenue and is a popular stop for fans of the show.

4 E 74th Street, New York

Empire Hotel

Mostly used in later seasons after Chuck Bass decides to invest in the hotel, the Empire Hotel is indeed a real hotel in New York City.


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