Times Square Broadway Tour
Get ready to show off those Jazz Hands and join us in celebrating Musical Theatre on this amazing Broadway Musical Theatre Walking Tour Extravaganza! For 3 glorious hours you will be taken on a fun-filled, historical, memorable walking tour through Times Square!! This is a combination of our Act 1 and Act 2 walking tours and is the best deal on BROADWAY!
You will gain insight into the life of a Broadway actor, and learn about famous Broadway legends (Judy Garland, Liza Minelli, Barbra Streisand, Patti Lupone, etc. ). Visit iconic locations like the George M. Cohan Statue (one of the only actor statues in the city), Shubert Alley, and Sardi's Restaurant. Learn about the history of the Tony Awards, Broadway Events (Broadway Barks, Broadway in Bryant Park, Stars in The Alley, etc. ), and visit almost all the Broadway Theatres between West 41st to West 50th Streets. This is a MUST for Broadway Fans!!!
After meeting at West 41st and 7th we begin our journey learning about the following theatre's: The Nederlander, New Amsterdam, The New Victory, The Lyric, Times Square, The American Airlines, The Belasco, The Lyceum, The Minskoff, Sam S. Shubert, The Broadhurst, The Majestic, The Helen Hayes, The St. James, The Al Hirschfeld, The Music Box, The John Golden, The Bernard B. Jacobs, The Gerald Schoenfeld, The Booth, The Marriott Marquis, The Richard Rodgers, The Lunt-Fontanne, The Palace, The Ambassador Theatre, Broadway Theatre, Winter Garden Theatre, Circle In The Square Theatre, Eugene O'Neill Theatre, Gershwin Theatre, Minskoff Theatre, Neil Simon Theatre and along the way we will go inside an actual Broadway Souvenir store, go inside Sardi's Restaurant, and at the very end take a high resolution photo as a souvenir.
Meeting Location + Tour Duration
Meeting location: In front of the Red Lobster (5 Times Square) at the corner of West 41st and 7th Avenue
End location: Gershwin Theatre (222 West 51st Street)
Duration: 3 hours
Estimated Local Cash Needed
20 USD - If you want drinks or snacks along the way. Cash is accepted at local street vendors.