Museum of Broadway Entry Ticket

With Museum of Broadway tickets, you may go through the history of Broadway from its inception to the present. 

Learn about the pioneers of the theater, its socially revolutionary moments, and some of the most cherished plays and musicals ever produced. 

Find out what goes into generating a Broadway production.

The Museum of Broadway, located in the center of New York Times Square, collaborated with internationally renowned artists, designers, and theatrical historians.

Discover the events that pushed the limits of creativity, questioned social conventions, and opened the door for those who would come after.

Learn about all the invisible tasks and what goes into producing a Broadway production to get a behind-the-scenes peek at the creation of a musical.

Enjoy watching fascinating videos that depict the history of Broadway theaters. Set out on a tour of Broadway’s dramatic development over the years.

See what goes on behind the scenes in the production of a Broadway performance. Discover some of Broadway’s most socially progressive historical moments.

Admire displays created by renowned designers and artists worldwide during this tour of times square and Broadway theaters.

Visitors under 12 require the assistance of an adult at least 18 years old.

Service animals are allowed under the appropriate laws.

What’s included:

Ticket Prices
Adult ticket (upto 99 years)$47


How long do people spend in the Museum of Broadway?

On average, most people spend between 1 and 3 hours exploring the museum, depending on how long they spend in each exhibit.

Who designed the Museum of Broadway?

David Rockwell, the Tony-winning designer, envisioned the Museum of Broadway.

Along with him, it also has a significant contribution from the co-founders Julie Boardman and Diane Nicoletti.

How big is the Museum of Broadway?

The Museum of Broadway is 26,000 square feet in area.

The museum comprises three sections: 
-The Map Room features a short film that outlines the history of theater in New -York and the location of the theaters.
-A two-floor Broadway timeline.
-The Making of a Broadway Show.

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