They call it the Showplace of the Nation for a reason; it is the centerpiece for entertainment in the U.S. attracting the most famous performances around. It's where more than 300-million people have flocked to be entertained. With the Radio City Music Hall Stage Door Tour, you can be meandering backstage like the stars. Since the opening in 1932, Radio City Music Hall has been a shining example of entertainment ingenuity and one of the most technically advanced theater systems. Learn about the intricate design of the stage that spans a full city block wide. See the Music Hall’s Wurlitzer Organ and classic Art Deco décor. Truly, the Music Hall is a larger than life venue and a glamorous symbol of New York City's prestige and greatness.
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Inside tour of Radio City Music Hall
Tour the storied six-thousand seat theater and elaborate rooms of an iconic New York City entertainment gem and see why Radio City Music Hall is listed in the US News and World Report’s Top 15 Best Things to Do In New York City.
Explore the iconic Art Deco interiors that were declared a NYC landmark in 1978.
Discover all the secrets and stage preparations of the Great Stage.
View Radio City Music Hall's extensive art collection.
See the hydraulic elevators that power the stage.
Visit the theater that has provided a grand stage for legendary performers like Frank Sinatra, Lady Gaga, The Rolling Stones, Ray Charles, The Radio City Rockettes, Celine Dion, Stevie Wonder, Billy Crystal, Bill Cosby, Cirque du Soleil, and so many more.
Come see where famous award shows like the Grammy Awards, Tony Awards, MTV Video Music Awards and ESPN's ESPY Awards were held.
Check out the guest book signed by the most coveted celebrities.
Find out what it means to be one of the stars of the Radio City Christmas Spectacular when you meet a genuine Radio City Rockette.
Read about Radio City Music Hall in the official fact sheet (available in six languages.)
Check Radio City Music Halls performance schedule before booking a tour (tours can be steered away from certain areas within theatre when a show is in progress).
Expect to walk a little bit as there are some stairs to climb and a big area to cover with lots to see.
There is limited access inside the Music Hall and hydraulic systems area when an event is in progress.
Tour content may change depending on the event schedule.
Video cameras or mobile devices are not permitted on the tour.
There are no ATMs inside Radio City Music Hall, but if you need to withdraw cash, there are plenty of banks and businesses nearby where cash machines can be accessed.