Radio City Stage Door Tours
Go behind the scenes of the Showplace of the Nation! Visiting Radio City Music Hall is a must for anyone with an interest in NYC’s entertainment history. Radio City Stage Door Tours offer an insider’s look at the legendary Radio City Music Hall.
What you’ll do
You’ll explore the history and beauty of Radio City Music Hall on this 75-minute guided tour. Discover art deco masterpieces including the palatial 60-foot high foyer and visit Radio City’s secret apartment The Roxy Suite. Get exclusive views of the majestic auditorium and learn the history of the iconic Great Stage. Plus, complete your tour by meeting a Radio City Rockette and commemorating your experience with a photo.
Plan your visit
Small Groups (Below 15)
Purchase Tickets for group to join on any of the public Stage Door Tours.
- Ticket Prices: Adults (Age 13+) $31 | Children (12 & Younger), Seniors (65+), & Students (with Valid ID) $27
Ready to book? Tickets may be purchased online in advance by clicking here. Same day tickets are only available in person at Radio City Sweets & Gifts on-site.
Large Groups (15+)
Discounts are available on the Standard Stage Door Tour for large groups. Your group may also choose from a variety of enhanced tour options:
- Radio City Art Deco Tour: In addition to all the elements of the Stage Door Tour, this 80-minute specialized tour gives you and your group a more detailed examination of the interior design throughout Radio City Music Hall. Highlights of the Art Deco Tour include the magnificent Grand Foyer, the massive 1.8 million cubic feet auditorium, original aluminum statues, all eight elegant lounges and the impeccable Roxy Suite. Come experience Radio City Music Hall the way you’ve never experienced it before: through the eyes of one of the most progressive designers of the day—Donald Deskey.
- Radio City Music Hall Stage Door VIP Tour: A private tour for up to 20 people, the VIP tour is an extended version of the Radio City Stage Door Tour and includes at least one of the following bonus stops: Rehearsal halls, dressing rooms, a complete view of the Roxy Suite and the lighting booth/projection room. *Dressing rooms will only be available for viewing on non-event days.
- Radio City Educational Tour: The Radio City Educational Tour includes the Radio City Stage Door Tour plus a meet and greet with a member of our corporate or production team! The speaker will talk about their background and hold a Q&A session.
Ready to book? For more information on group tickets, call 212.465.6080 or email [email protected].
Where is it
Radio City Music Hall is located at 1260 6th Avenue (Avenue of the Americas) Between W. 50th and W. 51st Streets, New York, NY 10020. The tour entrance is located at the Executive Entrance on 50th Street between 5th and 6th Avenues (closer to 6th).
- Take the to 50th St./Broadway and walk two blocks east to 6th Avenue; or take the and to 47th-50th/Rockefeller Center and walk north two blocks.
- If you’re arriving by commuter train to Grand Central Terminal (89 E. 42nd St.), take the train one stop west to 5th Avenue-Bryant Part and transfer to the uptown trains.
- Coming from Penn Station (above Madison Square Garden): Walk one block east to 34th St. and Avenue of the Americas to cross to access the uptown trains.
- Arriving from New Jersey by PATH: Take the PATH to 33rd St. in Manhattan and connect to the uptown trains.
- Take MTA Buses M5, M6, M7 or M27/M50 to Rockefeller Center/50th St.
- Find parking for your event through ParkWhiz, the Official Parking App of Radio City Music Hall, and book your space today. Click here to explore nearby garage and lot locations.
Hours & Schedule
Tours run daily from 9:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. and depart approximately every half hour. Some blackout dates and restrictions apply, please check radiocity.com/tours for a list of closures.
Things to keep in mind
Tour content, prices, dates and times are subject to change without notice. Tours are offered on a first come, first served basis and are subject to availability. When an event is in progress there may be limited access to the seating area inside the Music Hall and the Hydraulics area. Furthermore, tours may only be able to view the Auditorium from a private viewing area.