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Radio City Music Hall

Radio City Music Hall

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4,206 Reviews
1260 Sixth Avenue, 10020

The Basics

Getting a photograph of Radio City Music Hall’s famous neon sign is a rite of passage for first-time visitors to New York City. The iconic landmark is featured on many sightseeing tours of the city, as well as on hop-on hop-off bus tours. Travelers who want to explore the venue’s hallowed halls can join a Radio City Music Hall Stage Door Tour, when they may even get to meet a real-life Rockette.

For those who want to catch a show, the ultimate Radio City Music Hall experience is the annual Christmas Spectacular, during which the Radio City Rockettes put on a festive one-of-a-kind show.

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Recent reviews from experiences in New York City

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Well worth the price!!!!
tlechak, Feb 2020
Radio City Music Hall Stage Door Tour
Very interesting, the history, photo's of past performers, seeing the place from top to bottom, literally. To see the mechanics under the stage and a view from the back row. Loved it!!!!!
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Interesting tour of a historical building
CaFaHi, Oct 2019
Radio City Music Hall Stage Door Tour
Loved our tour through Radio City Music Hall. Corinne was our tour guide and her enthusiasm and knowledge made this a very memorable visit. It was my first time there and I absolutely loved that the entire facility had been maintained in it's original state. A beautiful landmark that I would love to return to for a show. I especially was impressed with the retro decor of the ladies restroom and of the Grand Foyer. We enjoyed meeting and getting a photo with a real Rockette.
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Radio city tour
NorthStar37948574704, Nov 2019
Radio City Music Hall Stage Door Tour
Fantastic tour guide was brilliant would do the tour again thank you again for the insight entrainment value was worth every minute thank you once again

Things to Know Before You Go

  • Visiting Radio City Music Hall is a must for anyone with an interest in NYC’s entertainment history.

  • Radio City Music Hall is wheelchair accessible.

  • Bags are thoroughly searched upon entry, so avoid bringing one to speed up the security process.

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How to Get There

Radio City Music Hall is located in Midtown Manhattan. The best way to get there is by public transit. Take the subway to 50th Street/Broadway (1) or 47th–50th Streets–Rockefeller Center (B, D, F, or M). MTA buses M5, M6, M7, and M27/M50 all stop at Rockefeller Center/50th Street.

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When to Get There

There is no bad time to visit Radio City Music Hall, with an exciting program of tours and events happening year-round. Consider coming during the holiday season to witness the Christmas Spectacular and to see Rockefeller Center decorated for the season. Ticket holders should arrive at least 30 minutes before their show.

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Inside Radio City Music Hall

Designed by acclaimed industrial designer Donald Deskey, the Radio City Music Hall interior is an art deco masterpiece. Among the highlights are the sophisticated Grand Foyer and the auditorium itself, whose column-free design ensures that every seat in the house has an uninterrupted view of the Great Stage.

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