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On Broadway: Private Walking Tour with Museum of Broadway Admission

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  • Get to know Broadway and its famous theatres, shows, and actors
  • Get a behind-the-scenes tour of a live off-Broadway rehearsal studio
  • Explore Hell’s Kitchen and see where shows are developed and workshopped
  • Enjoy included admission to the interactive and experiential Museum of Broadway
  • Take in the excitement and history of Times Square and midtown Manhattan!

Inclusions: Local English-speaking guide

Exclusions: Food and drink, souvenirs, tips and gratuities for the guide.


Phantom of the Opera. The Lion King. Hamilton. As we begin our walking tour in the middle of bustling Times Square, you’ll be taking in the iconic billboards and theater marquees announcing that you’re truly in the cultural capital of the world: Broadway!

We’ll be strolling along the Great White Way, taking in the historic venues that are home to long-running, beloved performances. Enjoy the neo-Renaissance ornamentation of the Richard Rodgers Theatre, the Spanish-style facade of the Majestic Theatre, and the Beaux-Arts architecture of one of the oldest surviving venues of Broadway, the Lyceum Theatre.

As you learn the backgrounds behind these iconic theaters and the actors who have graced their stages, you’ll also discover the roots of Broadway and how it became the commercial empire of live theatre it’s known as today.

But before a show lands on the big stage here, it needs to be tested out “off Broadway”. Lucky for you, your tour includes entry into a working rehearsal studio, where we may just get a peek of the workshopping process. 

Our private Broadway tour includes a walk around the Hell’s Kitchen neighborhood, home to numerous off-Broadway – and off-off-Broadway – venues. We’ll be passing by venerable institutions like Second Stage Theatre and Playwrights Horizons, part of the multi-theater complex known as Theatre Row. 

Maybe you’ll be inspired to contribute your own work someday to these play-producing powerhouses, which have been responsible for such Tony Award–winning musicals as “Dear Evan Hansen”. 

To top off your experience, you’ll enjoy include, pre-arranged tickets to the Museum of Broadway, housing a number of props and costumes from hundreds of productions. From here, your guide can direct you back to Times Square, where you can score reduced-price tickets to see your favorite Broadway show!