Act 2 Musical Theatre Broadway Walking Tour (Times Square) !


2 Hour Tour for only $50 (Children 10 and under are free!)

On this tour, we pick up where Act 1 leaves off and continue to take you past more famous locations such as the Broadway Theatre (Miss Saigon), the Winter Garden Theatre (School of Rock, Cats, Mamma Mia!), the Gershwin Theatre (Wicked), Ellen’s Stardust Diner, Eugene O’Neil Theatre (Book of Mormon), Ambassador Theatre (Chicago), etc.

Along the way, learn about the music publishing business at the Brill Building near Tin Pan Alley, other fun Broadway stories and traditions as well as various theatre superstitions. You will also gain insight into the life of a Broadway actor as well as learn about Off-Broadway festivals, rehearsal studios, and the best way to get tickets to a Broadway show.

This tour is the perfect gift for the young up-and-coming Broadway performer in your life or for enthusiasts who love to sing and dance. Expect spontaneous jazz hands and outbursts of Broadway show tunes!

Highlights of our Act 2 Broadway Musical Theatre Walking Tour include:

-Learn the origins of musical theatre and the history of Broadway!
-Learn about the audition process and unique performing opportunities in New York!
-Gossip about the Broadway stars (both in the earthly realm and beyond!)
-Step into the spotlight on the tour and get a chance to be a BROADWAY star by singing famous show stoppers with your tour guide!

If you’ve taken our Act 2 then check out our Act 1 which is a completely different tour!

Meeting Location: This tour meets on the corner of West 53rd and Broadway in front of the Broadway Theatre. (*Please note that we do not go inside any of the equity theatres due to union restrictions and that Act 2 is 2 hours long covering the Northern district of Times Square. (Act 1 is a completely different tour that begins in the Southern district.)

Duration: 2 hours; 1/2 mile in length.


Our professional licensed tour guides are gifted triple threats who weave groups around New York's bustling streets, brandishing their love of the stage and of the city along half-mile routes that cover origins of musical theater and Broadway history. Each tour guide brings a tablet with photos and videos to help share New York's unique theatre history. (*Please note that we do not go inside any of the equity theatres due to union restrictions however we will entertain you with backstage stories and personal experiences.)