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Ticket Info:
Adults - $19.50, Seniors - $15.00, Children 12 and under - $10.00


1 hour

When to Go:
When there isnt a big show playing

Tour Highlights:
Meeting a Rockette

Age Restriction:
All ages

Important Information

  • Tours are held daily from 11am until 3pm

Radio City Music Hall Quick Facts

  • Live shows and events hosted at Radio City Hall throughout the year
  • Historical tours of Radio City Hall given daily
  • Host to the famous Radio City Music Hall annual holiday show

1260 Ave of the Americas
New York , US

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Radio City Music Hall is a city landmark and a popular music venue

Located in


Midtown West

Prices Starting at
$19.95 for adults & $15.00 for children

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Features: Radio City NYC is one of the most iconic buildings in the Rockefeller Center area of Midtown Manhattan. This classic show hall is home to the famous Rockettes as well as the famous Radio City Christmas Spectacular, which goes on tour during the holiday season but has a home in this famous New York landmark. Radio City NYC has plenty of history and offers tours throughout the year.

Why We Go: Radio City NYC is an iconic New York landmark that offers an enjoyable hour long tour which ends with the meeting of a Rockette.

  • Fast: The tour isn't too short, but it's also not going to take up your entire day. Radio City NYC offers fun and informative one-hour tours of the building, its history, and more.
  • Behind the Scenes: The Radio City NYC back stage tour takes attendees behind the stage of the classic New York landmark as well as to other spots that most people will not see - including the dressing room for performers that come to the music hall.
  • Rockette: The tour typically ends in a lounge area where one of the current Rockettes comes out to meet and greet with all of the tour guests. This is your time to ask questions about what it takes to be a Rockette, and it's also a great opportunity to get yor picture taken with them.

Inside Knowledge: Radio City NYC first opened in 1932, and was declared a New York City landmark in 1978.

Do's and Don'ts:

  • Do Come During a Weekday: Tours remain the same price, but crowds are going to be smaller if you come during a weekday. Book your Radio City NYC tour on a Wednesday or a Thursday in the afternoon during lunch time.
  • Do Come During Off Seasons: If you show up for a Radio City NYC tour near the holidays, then expect delays and a ton of people to be around the area all day. It is best for you to show up for a tour when there are no big shows taking place at the Radio City Music Hall.
  • Don't Wander Off: The Radio City NYC tour takes you back stage to show you the technical workings of performances. Not only is wandering off a bad idea when you are below the stage, it is also an area that employees of the music hall will not want to find you at. Be courteous to your hosts and keep up with the tour group.
  • Don't Spend a Fortune: Tours at Radio City NYC are very inexpensive. It's a quick way to learn about one of New York City's recognizable landmarks without a hefty price tag. Adults pay just $18.50 for a tour. That's less than most hotel parking in Manhattan.

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