Tuesday, September 21, 2010

Re-post - new dates for "The Office" tour


The NBC's hit show The Office is "set" in Scranton, PA, a mere 1-hour drive north of the Lehigh Valley (though it's filmed in California, the characters make a lot of local references and the opening credits feature shots of the real Scranton). Out-of-towners can take The Office Fan Tour, a guide to the famous and not-so-famous spots from the Emmy-winning show, including sitting down for a pint at Poor Richards. (Of course, Scrantonians would never be caught dead on a tour like this! Most think it's ridiculous and cannot figure out what the hype is all about.)

Tickets: Over 21 years (a bottle of exotic Yuengling Lager included in ticket price): $45, Under 21 years: $35

When: 12-4 p.m.
Saturday, 10/16/2010
Saturday, 11/13/2010
Saturday, 12/11/2010

The tour kicks off at The Vintage Theater - 119 Penn Ave (across from The Mall at Steamtown) in Downtown Scranton. Tickets include transportation around Scranton, lively tour guides, history of the city, stories from cast appearances, food and drinks at Coopers, drinks at Poor Richard's Pub, and even a gift bag featuring a few Dunder Mifflin items from the NBC store.

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