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George M. Cohan Statue

Disney on Broadway Tour

Disney on Broadway Tour, George M. Cohan Statue, NYC Show Poster
Theater
George M. Cohan Statue

46th St between Broadway and 7th Avenue
New York, NY

Duration
2hrs
No Intermission
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Join our Broadway Insiders for a guided walking tour; then tour The New Amsterdam Theatre, visiting Disney's Prop Studio getting up-close and personal with original props, costumes, and set pieces that bring the world of Disney Theatrical to life.

Please note: The tour begins at the George M. Cohan statue at West 46th Street between Broadway and 7th Avenue towards the end of the block, (NOT the statue in front of the red stairs.) The tour concludes at the New Amsterdam Theatre. On occasion tour may end within walking distance of the theater. Due to ongoing construction and preparations of the New Amsterdam Theatre for the premiere of Frozen on Broadway, from November 20 2016 through January 2017, the costume room access will be replaced by an actual backstage experience. The backstage area of Broadway theatres has been off limits to public tours for decades, and hasn't been accessed by the public in the New Amsterdam in nearly a century. We ask that you strictly respect your tour guide's instructions while backstage to continue to allow us to offer this highly exclusive experience. Between January 2017 and July of 2018, the costume and prop access will be restored via a mobile cart brought into the orchestra section of the theatre. 

Frequently Asked Questions

What is the Disney on Broadway Tour like?
Perfect for anyone with an interest in musical theatre, this Broadway tour takes you first on an ex-ploration of the history and characters of Broadway; visiting top sights like Shubert Alley, Sardi’s, Times Square and Roger & Hammerstein Row. Led by an expert Broadway Insider (actors, theatre managers etc.), you’ll hear what goes into a real Broadway show before a special visit to the New Amsterdam Theatre. Here you’ll meet the in-house historian for a tour of the balcony areas, seeing the stage and - the highlight - a hands-on visit to the costume & prop studio!

Is the Disney on Broadway Tour good for kids?
This is the perfect experience for kids, who will love the chance to get up close to The Little Mermaid’s shell, the masks from The Lion King and Mary Poppins’ famous coat.