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As fans (and everyone else with an internet connection) certainly know, Mad Men is coming to an end. Starting this Sunday, AMC will begin airing its final seven episodes, but if you've noticed, the show is going out with a pretty big bang—there's a Mad Men-themed statue at the Time-Life Building and along with a film series, there's an entire exhibit devoted to the show at the Museum of the Moving Image.
There's no better time to be nostalgic about the looming finale, which is why we've put together a tour of NYC that'll bring you back at all your favorite Mad Men moments, from Sally and Glen's escape to the natural history museum, Pete's humiliating Bloomingdale's run, and Roger vomiting oysters and martinis. Beware of plot spoilers ahead if you're not caught up with the series (related: what've you been doing for the past eight years?).Read More