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Getting to Radio City Music Hall

New York is a bustling city with many modes of transportation, so getting to Radio City Music Hall is fairly easy. Whether you’re a local or out-of-towner, we’re giving you plenty of options and a few tips and tricks that’ll help you get to where you’re going.

Driving

1260 6th Avenue (Avenue of the Americas)
Between W. 50th and W. 51st Streets
New York, NY 10020
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Subway

Take the 1 to 50th St./Broadway and walk two blocks east to 6th Avenue; or take the B, D, F and M to 47th-50th/Rockefeller Center and walk north two blocks.
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Train

If you’re arriving by commuter train to Grand Central Terminal (89 E. 42nd St.), take the  train one stop west to 5th Avenue-Bryant Part and transfer to the uptown  trains.

Coming from Penn Station (above Madison Square Garden): Walk one block east to 34th St. and Avenue of the Americas to cross to access the uptown  trains.

Arriving from New Jersey by PATH: Take the PATH to 33rd St. in Manhattan and connect to the uptown  trains.

Buses

Take MTA Buses M5, M6, M7 or M27/M50 to Rockefeller Center/50th St.
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Airports

The New York City metropolitan area is serviced by three major airports: LaGuardia (approximately 9 miles away), John F. Kennedy International (approximately 16 miles away) and Newark Liberty International (approximately 17 miles away). Radio City Music Hall is accessible by public transportation, car service and taxi from all three airports.

Parking

When placing your ticket order, you have the option to purchase discounted, pre-paid parking at select garages.

Individuals with disabilities, who possess a New York City Special Parking Permit, have the option to park on streets and avenue around the venue. Please pay careful attention to the rules and regulations on the back of your permit, which informs you where you may and may not park on New York City streets. Please note that New York City does not honor the blue New York State, New Jersey, Connecticut or any other out of state issued parking hangtag for the disabled or license plate for on-street parking. The Department of Transportation may ticket and/or tow vehicles that do not display the New York City Department of Transportation issued parking permit.

For those individuals with raised-roof vans, some of the indoor parking lots are unable to accommodate these vehicles due to low clearance. As a general rule, most outdoor parking lots accept raised-roof vans, however, we encourage you to contact the parking facility directly to confirm their policies.

For more information on parking in New York City, please call the Department of Transportation at 718.433.3100. The Madison Square Garden Company, is not responsible for any parking tickets, vandalism, etc., incurred while parking for a Radio City Music Hall event or otherwise.