Live Like Don Draper With ‘Mad Men Mapped’
City culture organization WNYC has compiled geographical references that were made to 1960s New York, from the AMC television series Mad Men.
From the Empire State Building to Keens Steakhouse and the Stork Club, ‘Mad Men Mapped’ features a Google Maps edition of hot spots in New York City that were frequented by our favorite characters.
On the map, the spots also reveal when the locations were referenced and the exact details of the locations—you can even find Don Draper’s apartment in the upper east side.
To cover all grounds, WNYC has also asked fans of the TV show to help map out city spots mentioned throughout the five seasons of the show.
With the map, you can live like Don Draper, or take a self-guided tour of New York in the ‘60s—and also spoil the series for yourself, as some plot twists are revealed.
Check out the interactive map above, or screenshots of what it offers below: