Radio City Music Hall
Experience NYC's Most Iconic Venue
Found in the bustling Rockefeller Center, Radio City Music Hall stands today as one of New York City’s most notable landmarks. Visitors gather from around the world to take their picture in front of the iconic neon sign. With a storied past dating back to the Great Depression, Radio City Music Hall hosts a variety of shows, special events, and is open for tours.
Go behind the scenes of one of the most famous music venues in America. Explore the art deco interior, get to know the rich history behind the main stage, or get the VIP treatment on a private tour. From the acclaimed Rockettes to famous award-shows, enjoy an up-close look at the venue that has been the backdrop to some of the city’s most notable events. Tours run daily from 9:30am to 5:00pm and occur every half hour.
Throughout the year, Radio City plays host to a variety of entertainment and special events. Some of the world’s most famous performers – including Frank Sinatra and Pink Floyd – have graced the Radio City stage. The venue has also hosted landmark shows like Riverdance as well as award shows like the Oscars. See what’s on during your stay at our hotel near Radio City Music Hall.
First started in 1933, the Radio City “Christmas Spectacular” is an annual musical holiday celebration. The show features the Radio City Rockettes as well as more than 140 performers. This yearly tradition gathers crowds from around the world hoping to get a taste of New York City’s quintessential holiday cheer. The shows begin in early November and run through early January. Guests visiting our hotel near Radio City Music Hall during the holidays won’t want to miss out on New York’s favorite holiday tradition.
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Grand Central Terminal
Radio City Music Hall
United Nations Headquarters
Museum of Modern Art - MoMA
Empire State Building
Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts