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Palace Theatre
Palace Theatre

Palace Theatre

1564 Broadway, New York City, New York, 10036

The Basics

The best way to experience the Palace Theatre is by seeing a show. Most visitors prebook tickets to secure seats or stop by the nearby TKTS booth to see if same-day show tickets are available. If you're not visiting the theater for a show, you can always pass by on a Theater District tour. Private tours are a great way to hear classic Broadway stories and see the city's landmark houses.

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Private Theatre District Tour
Private Theatre District Tour
star-4.5
$85.00 per adult
Traveler Favorite
It was amazing and Lucas was so knowledgeable about all the Broadway theatres
Everything was memorable. We will recommend this tour to everyone especially to all of our theatre friends that come to New York. I found out all about theatres that I never knew and even my theatre loving kid learned some things too
Jennifer_T, Mar 2022

Recent reviews from experiences in New York City

star-4
Good
Max_L, May 2022
Private Theatre District Tour
The tour is good and the guide is very good. We are from argentina And that complicated us a little.
star-5
Best Experience Ever
Bptkids, Dec 2021
Private Theatre District Tour
Patrick was wonderful! So much knowledge of Broadway. We learned so much that one would never learn unless on a private trip like this. Well worth the money spent. Thank you Patrick!
star-5
Great experience!
Chris_P, Mar 2021
Private Theatre District Tour
Patrick has an excellent storytelling persona and interjected some great stories with information about the theaters. He went above and beyond!!
star-5
Theater district tour worth every penny!
Patricia_T, Nov 2019
Private Theatre District Tour
Our tour guide, Patrick, was a wealth of knowledge, anecdotes, historical background, all interspersed with his obvious love of theater. We learned so much in such a short period of time...and enjoyed every minute.
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Things to Know Before You Go

  • Leave the luggage at home—if your bag can't fit easily with you at your seat, it won't be allowed in the theater.

  • Make sure to arrive on time, since latecomers are seated at the back of the theater, at the discretion of management.

  • The theater offers wheelchair seating in the orchestra, rear mezzanine, and balcony sections; companion seats are available.

  • Refreshments are offered at the theater, at bars on the main lobby, mezzanine, and balcony levels.

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How to Get There

The most convenient way to get to the theater is by subway. Take the N, R, Q, or W train to the 49th Street station, or the B, D, or F train to the 47th–50th Streets Rockefeller Center station. Find the theater a short walk from either subway stop, at 1564 Broadway, just north of Times Square.

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When to Get There

As with most Broadway theaters, the Palace Theatre stages multiple shows weekly and is typically dark one day each week. If you're visiting for a show, make sure to arrive early to pick up your tickets and grab a drink before the performance. Expect more ticket availability earlier in the week—since weekend performances are most popular—and during New York's slowest season for visitors, from January through March.

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What to See Around Broadway

Since the Theater District is packed with must-see attractions, you can make the most of your visit to the Palace Theatre by exploring Broadway. Let your feet lead the way as you pass dozens of landmark theaters. Be sure to stroll through the heart of Times Square—at the intersection of Seventh Avenue and Broadway—and stop at the historic New York Public Library, located on bustling 42nd Street.

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Frequently Asked Questions
The answers provided below are based on answers previously given by the tour provider to customers’ questions.
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What are the nearest attractions to Palace Theatre?
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