Visit These NYC Filming Locations from Season Two of the “Gossip Girl” Reboot

published Dec 1, 2022
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The “Gossip Girl” reboot is back for a second season — and, much like its first season, it features no shortage of Instagram-worthy filming locations throughout New York City and beyond. Below, find nine spots to visit for yourself, including museums, restaurants, and the like. 

The Museum of the City of New York

Just as it did in season one of the “Gossip Girl” reboot, the Museum of the City of New York acts as the exterior of the Constance Billard School for Girls and St. Jude’s School for Boys. In real life, it’s part of Manhattan’s Museum Mile, a stretch of museums on Fifth Avenue. 

The New York Public Library

The Main Branch of the New York Public Library can be seen in episode one of the show’s second season. It’s also known as the Stephen A. Schwarzman Building, and it took a grand total of 16 years to design and complete, from 1895 to 1911. At the time of its completion, the structure was the largest marble building ever built in the United States.

The Metropolitan Museum of Art 

Every “Gossip Girl” fan knows how important it is that we see the main characters perched on the steps of the Metropolitan Museum of Art—also known as The Met—throughout any and every season of the show, and this season is no exception. 

One if by Land, Two if by Sea

Located in Manhattan’s West Village, One if by Land, Two if by Sea is a charming candlelit restaurant that can be seen in episode one of the new season. It’s known for its mostly brick interior and cozy atmosphere.


Making an appearance in episode two is SAGA, a fine dining restaurant located in New York City’s Financial District. It opened in 2021 and is located inside an Art Deco skyscraper. 

The Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum

Yet another Manhattan museum appears in season two of the “Gossip Girl” reboot: the Frank Lloyd Wright-designed Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum. Built between 1956 and 1959, the museum is known for its eye-catching modern architecture.Sadelle’s


Sadelle’s — which appears in episode three — is a SoHo restaurant known for its homemade bagels, making it the ultimate brunch spot. 


With its brass chandeliers and towering ceiling, Verōnika might look familiar to you — and that’s because it’s an Instagram hot spot thanks to its sumptuous interior design. It appears in episode four.

Four Seasons Hotel New York

Also making an appearance in episode four is the Four Seasons Hotel New York, a five-star spot that is frequented by the “Gossip Girl” elite.