Tour the gorgeous & newly-renovated Hudson Theatre! More…
Opened in 1903 (just ahead of the Lyceum and New Amsterdam Theatres), the Hudson is the oldest theater currently open on Broadway...but it hasn’t always been a part of the Great White Way. From a television studio to the home of "The Tonight Show" to a renovated Broadway house, Hudson Theatre has a fascinating 115 year history...you’ll learn all about it on our tour!
See it if Tour guide Jon gave an excellent tour with incredible passion & love for the theater. Saw the ambassador room, titanic room Wonderful story
Don't see it if Not interested in the history of a landmark theater, its founders, design & architecture You don't want to have fun
See it if You proudly call yourself a theatre nerd this tour is for you. Lots of great trivia and behind the scenes info. Guide was SO fun and smart!!
Don't see it if You can’t walk up/down stairs and stand for about an hour or if you really just don’t get thrilled to know what’s original Tiffany and not.
See it if You are interested in theater history or the NYC landmark history. The Hudson's history is rich and this tour included lots of fun tidbits
Don't see it if you are not interested in history or have trouble maneuvering stairs (not lots, but some)
See it if You are interested in historic buildings and their history. Tour guide has excellent stories to share and does so in an entertaining way.
Don't see it if You aren't interested in seeing and knowing the particulars of the original interiors of the theater.
See it if you are interested in theater history, architecture or just want to learn more about a beautiful old theater. Beautiful Tiffany glass.
Don't see it if you aren't interested in history or theater lore. Can't really think of a reason not to do this.
See it if you want to know about the history of New York theatre. Lots of great information of one the most important buildings in the theatre scene.
Don't see it if you find history unimportant.
See it if you are interested in the history of the original Broadway theatres of the early 20th Century and their owners.
Don't see it if you are uncomfortable walking and standing for most of an hour or walking up three flights of stairs, or don’t care about theatre history
See it if you are interested in New York theater history. The guide is enthusiastic and knowledgeable. The building has lovely details & fun stories.
Don't see it if you expect a staged event. This is a tour in which the participants walk though the building and listen to a guide.
See it if If You are interested in Broadway and theater history. An in-depth tour of a beautiful historical theater.
Don't see it if Do not go if you are not interested in theater and Broadway history.
See it if If you love history, take this tour. If you love theatre, take this tour. If you love Broadway, take this tour.
Don't see it if You are interested in a fine dining and wine tasting experience while being entertained by exotic dancers, then don't take this tour.