The trip occurred to me so on the fly that I bought the ticket only on February 1 and today I still have a head full of possibilities on buildings, museums and walks through the political capital of the United States and for, without needing to ask Los Angeles permit, your film capital and financial I have to divide my time between the Lincoln Memorial, (outside of) the White House, the Smithsonian museum complex, the Empire State Building, the Statue of Liberty, Ellis Island, crossing the Brooklyn Bridge, enjoying the views of Manhattan from the Staten Island Ferry, stroll through Central Park ... all of them have been spectacular decorated in countless movies and TV series and now I have the opportunity to see them live.
Inquiring on the Internet, I have seen that most federal or government buildings have sold out weeks before the squares in their tours. Although I have managed to sign up for a guided tour of the Capitol in Washington, my joy in a well to do the same with the Federal Reserve of New York, where a quarter of the world's gold is stored, but not a single one remained place for the entire month of March. For the temporary exhibition at the MoMA dedicated to Tim Burton's work, I should have no problem beyond spending time queuing up, but I touch wood.
My first advice is then inform yourself and book in advance!
Photo Lauri Jerez through our group on Flickr