Radio City Music Hall

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Radio City Music Hall is an indoor theatre and entertainment venue at the Rockefeller Center complex in New York City in the United States. The hall was designed by architect Edward Store and interior designer Donald Deskey to an Art Deco style, it was opened in December 1932. The venue holds around six thousand for seated events. The auditorium has a luxury feel and its interior along with its shows made it one of the most visited sights and attraction in New York for a long while. It is the headquarters of dance company ‘The Rockettes’.

Getting there

The hall is situated on 6th Avenue and is best accessible by taking the B, D, F or M subway trains to ‘Rockefeller Center’ station or by taking the M5, M6, M7 or M27/M50 buses to the Rockefeller Center. Shows run at the venue frequently and you can buy tickets to the shows from the ticket office.

Opening Times and Admission

If a show is not for you or you don’t have the time, you can tour the venue on the ‘Radio City Stage Door Tour’. The tour takes you around the venue and gives you a deep understanding to the venue's history, the tours run from 9.30am-5pm daily and the prices are set at 27$ for adults and 20$ for concessions.

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