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I got in love with this place. It has all the greatness and the elegance of the 1930´s.
You must take the tour, you can see almost all the place, from the scenary to many historical rooms.
You wont be dissapointed from this place ,...More
Managed to squeeze this in on our last day as it had been highly recommended by friends. So glad we did. Unchanged since 1932 the Art Deco interior is breathtaking and we particularly loved the ladies lounge area in the rest rooms! Our tour guide...More
I have attended the annual Christmas show during three different visits. Difficult to describe the outstanding performance from those on the world's largest stage! The Rocketts continue to amaze me in exercising their exact timing.
It does not get any better than this. Throwback to the days of Ziegfeld when the opulence of the theater itself matched the show that was on stage. Marvelous venue in the heart of NYC with acoustics that are only second to Carnegie Hall. A...More
Not a bad seat in the house. The sound system is great, the seats are comfortable. The only issue is that the restrooms are so far removed from the seating area - I recommend not holding off on doing that business!
We did the "Radio City Stage Door Tour" and really enjoyed it. Very cool to see this grand old building and learn all the architecture that went into it and seeing the pictures and learning about all the acts that have performed here over the...More
We took a one hour tour of the facility. This would be a 5 star review however our guide, although very informative, wasn't as personable as guides on other tours we have done. The tour was very interesting - the history of the building, a...More
This is the iconic New York that so many visitors imagine before they visit—spectacular skyscrapers like the Chrysler Building and Empire State Building, iconic public buildings like Grand Central Terminal and the New York Public Library, and the non-stop hustle and bustle of the city streets. Fifth Avenue is a shopper's heaven where you can find every kind of store imaginable, with fashion brands ranging from the
affordable to the ultra-fancy. Visit the Rockefeller Center to experience towering Art Deco grandeur, and foodies will love the busy restaurants that stay open late in Koreatown. After dark, Midtown calms down a bit, but at any time of day or night it still feels 100% New York.
I just checked from a stage view and from an audience view. I don't think you'd have issues with a railing but I am not sure your children would be able to see up onto the stage as it is (understandably) raised off of... More
I just checked from a stage view and from an audience view. I don't think you'd have issues with a railing but I am not sure your children would be able to see up onto the stage as it is (understandably) raised off of the floor. Radio City Music Hall might have booster seats so I'd recommend that you call and check. Either way, I would suggest that seats a little further back would probably give all of you a better view of the stage.
Response from pjprincess | Reviewed this property |
I've been tho Radio City many times & I always purchased seats within the orchestra/main level. Hopefully other patrons will be able to better answer your question. I have had friends who have purchased tickets in the upper... More
I've been tho Radio City many times & I always purchased seats within the orchestra/main level. Hopefully other patrons will be able to better answer your question. I have had friends who have purchased tickets in the upper levels(not one ever purchased tickets in Mezzanine 3) and have stated that there is not a bad seat in the Music Hall. I have asked and not one was able to give me an answer to your question other than to say they hadn't noticed or had a problem with the height. Not sure which show you are looking to purchase tickets for but maybe you can research different web sites for possible discounts or seats in lower levels. Even try call Radio City directly & see if they can offer you assistants or any ideas. In any event wishing you the best & mostly hopefully you get to see & enjoy your show.