Visit Broadway's Famous Theaters on a 2-Hour Walking Tour
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The last date listed for Times Square Broadway Musical Tour (Act 2) was Any Available Date in 2015 (Reserve in Advance).
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If you like this tour, you can also go on the Act 1 tour and learn about more Broadway theaters and musicals.
Schedule: The tour runs on various dates, subject to the guide’s availability. Please see the event website for upcoming dates.
Children: Children are welcome on the tour. Children age 10 and under are free.
*The Tour: * The tour covers approximately 1/2 a mile over a 1.5-2 hour period. The group walks at a leisurely pace and stops frequently to discuss interesting points along the way. Make sure to wear comfortable walking shoes and keep in mind that you are on your feet for about 2 hours. This tour will venture along Broadway and the Times Square area. The theaters of the “Great White Way” are just some of the sights you will see! Your guide will be introducing you to some of the history and culture of the neighborhood.
*Restroom and Food Stops: *Due to the short length of the tour there unfortunately won’t be time to accommodate any extra stops along the way. It is recommended that you use the restroom prior to meeting the tour and bring any food or beverages you will need with you.
*Language: *Tours are conducted in English only.
*Cameras: *Cameras are permitted.
*Wheelchair/Strollers: *This tour is wheelchair and stroller accessible.
*Parking: *There are a number parking garages within a few blocks radius of the meeting location. Street parking is also available but very limited. Please read all signs when looking for street parking to avoid getting ticketed. Specific parking and public transportation directions will be included in the meeting location details after making your reservation. Public transport or taking a taxi is recommended over driving to the tour.
*Dogs/Pets: *Dogs are welcome on the tour as long as they are on a leash and are well-behaved. If your dog becomes a problem, you may be asked to leave the tour.