Manhattan Industry & Factory Tours
Guided tours are available daily, offering visitors the chance to explore a variety of sights, including the Great Stage, a massive indoor performance stage that spans 144 ft (44 m) and is capable of creating a variety of special effects, such as rain and fog; the stage's hydraulic system, which operates four elevators and was considered so ingenious that the United States Navy borrowed the design to use on their World War II aircraft carriers; the Wurlitzer Organ, a traditional component of many of the hall's stage productions, the pipes for which are housed in 11 different rooms; and the Radio City Avenue Store, which features a collection of merchandise and memorabilia from past shows.
The Lincoln Center offers an array of tours and programs for individuals and groups. Guests have the chance to learn about the facility's many venues from a knowledgeable guide. The Meet-the-Artist program offers visitors a private performance and conversation with dancers, singers or musicians.
Backstage tour of the arena and theater at Madison Square Garden. Patrons will visit the Knicks, Rangers and Liberty locker rooms, as well as star dressing rooms. Opportunity to witness build-up to live events or games. M-S 10-3 hourly; Sunday 11-3 hourly. Tickets are available from Ticketmaster or Garden Box Office.
Visitors that take the Apollo Theater Backstage Tour have the chance to learn about significant contributions made by African-Americans and Latinos to global popular culture, as well as the many legendary musicians that have performed at the venue. Tours are offered daily, and a gift shop is located on site.