Radio City Music Hall
The Radio City Music Hall street LED sign in NYC
The Radio City Music Hall street LED sign in NYC

Radio City Music Hall Tours and Tickets

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Radio City Music Hall is a glitzy landmark that has been entertaining the masses since the Rockettes dance troop first kicked up their heels here in the early 1930s. The 6,000-seat theater was a gift to New York from the Rockefellers, and hosts nightly shows to this day. Performers range from stand-up comedians to chart-topping musical artists.

  • 1260 6th Ave., Manhattan, New York City, New York, 10020

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What are people saying about Radio City Music Hall

Donald_M, Oct 2023
Great tour but beware of incorrect information re time stamped ticket
Great tour, guide was excellent! Just note that Viator sends a text saying that you have to check in at 1260 Sixth Ave to get a time stamped ticket. This is wrong!! You have to check in at the entrance on 51st St, where the tour begins.
Triana_R, Oct 2023
Radio City Music Hall delivers on dreams
This tour was exactly what I hoped it would be. It showed me all the places inside RCMH I was hoping for, gave me all the geeky details I wanted to know, and lasted just long enough that I didn’t get too tired. There are a lot of stairs for a mobility-impaired person, but it was worth it for me. For an introvert with social anxiety who wants to experience this incredible place without crowds of people everywhere, this tour absolutely delivers. It’s an utterly magical location.
Aleah_W, Oct 2023
So much fun!
This was the tour I was looking forward to the most! Shane was a great tour guide and was very knowledgeable about the history of the building. The theater was beautiful we also got a chance to meet a radio city rockette, which was the highlight of my day! Overall, super fun tour!
Robin_S, Oct 2023
Great experience of an historical building.
The history behind this beautiful, iconic building. So happy it was saved from demolition. Enjoyed hearing from a Rockette.
Frequently Asked Questions
Q:Should I book Radio City Music Hall tickets in advance?
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We recommend booking e-tickets ahead of time to secure your spot since Radio City Music Hall can get crowded. If you book with Viator, you can cancel at least 24 hours before the start date of your tour for a full refund.
Q:How much does it cost to visit Radio City Music Hall 2024?
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Currently, an entrance ticket to Radio City Music Hall costs USD 42.00. Guided Radio City Music Hall tours start around USD 42.00 per person.
People Also Ask
Q:Can you go into Radio City Music Hall?
A:Yes. You can enter Radio City Music Hall if you have a show ticket or a booking for a guided tour. Guided "stage door" tours take you behind the scenes of the building and the stage, ending with a meet-and-greet with a Rockette.
Q:Is Radio City Music Hall worth visiting?
A:Yes, Radio City Music Hall is worth visiting. Known as "The Showplace of the Nation," this NYC institution is one of the leading concert, stage, and film premier halls in the US. If you don’t have time to enter, walk by after dark: the neon-lit marquee is a quintessential NYC image.
Q:How long does the Radio City Music Hall tour take?
A:The official Radio City Music Hall Stage Door Tour lasts one hour. The tour takes you to the art deco-style foyer and backstage. Tours cover the history of the venue, the Rockette dancers, and past performers. They also include a photo opportunity with a real-life Rockette.
Q:Can you visit the Radio City Music Hall without a tour?
A:The official Radio City Music Hall Stage Door Tour lasts one hour. The tour takes visitors to the art deco-style foyer and backstage to learn about the history of the venue, the Rockette dancers, and past performers before enjoying a photo opportunity with a real-life Rockette.
Q:What time is best to visit Radio City Music Hall?
A:If you’re taking a tour, aim to arrive 10 minutes early in case of delays. Doors typically open 45 minutes before the lights go down. If you already have tickets, plan to arrive 30 minutes before the start time to find your seats and settle in.
Q:Do you need reservations to get into Radio City Music Hall?
A:No, you don’t need reservations to enter Radio City, but its a good idea to book in advance. Tours of Radio City Music Hall depart about every 15 minutes. If you haven’t prebooked, you can purchase tickets from onsite, on a first-come, first-served basis.