A fun and informative tour through the Broadway theatre district with lots of history and interesting stories. Find out about some of the most seminal theatres in Broadway history, and the plays that became hits around the world. Discover the hidden history and lesser known figures of the Broadway theatre scene, all while taking in the sights and sounds of the bustling metropolis of New York City.
George M. Cohan Statue, TKTS Booth, SardisRestaurant
Take 1,2,3, N, R, W, Q to Times Square
Places to stop along the way:
Best time to walk:
Best not to take tour around performance times after 7 in the evening or 2pm Wed and Sat and 3pm Sunday. Monday is a good day since theatres are dark
It's a very crowded area. Best to avoid paying money to characters dressed in costumes. Rest on bleachers by Cohan Statue if you're tired.
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