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Madison Square Garden Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

  • What are the opening hours of the Box Office?

    Madison Square Garden's Box Office is located in The Garden's Ticket Lobby, directly beyond the building's Seventh Avenue Mall, at 7th Ave. and West 32nd St and is Monday through Saturday from 10am until 6pm. Tickets may also be purchased online through Ticketmaster.

  • Am I allowed to take my own food/drinks for an event?

    Outside food and beverages, including water, are not permitted in Madison Square Garden at any time. MSG offers a wide variety of food and beverage for sale.

  • Where is it located?

    Madison Square Garden is located in the heart of Midtown Manhattan at 7th Avenue between W 31st St and W 33rd.

If you’re looking for a star-studded getaway in one of New York’s most vibrant districts, the area around Madison Square Garden is the place to be. Excitement is in the air at this legendary Manhattan hotspot, where the world’s biggest names in music and sport line up to play in the “World’s Most Famous Arena.” Located in a prime position in the middle of the City that Never Sleeps, glitz, glamor, and excitement abound on an all-star vacation near Madison Square Garden.

Hotels near Madison Square Garden

Accommodation near Madison Square Garden places visitors in the heart of the city, perfect for exploring by day and enjoying the bright lights of the Big Apple by night. There are plenty of mid-range hotels near Madison Square Garden, with the 3-star Hampton Inn Madison Square Garden and the 4-star Wydham New Yorker offering style, comfort, and a top-class range of amenities to help you make the most of your trip. This neighborhood is also the perfect spot for a luxury getaway with upscale hotels such as the trendy Manhattan NYC-an Affinia hotel, providing the ideal base for a Manhattan retreat!

Things to see near Madison Square Garden

Be sure to check the program at the Madison Square Garden stadium—between concerts and sporting events, the electric atmosphere here is sure to impress. With stores, restaurants, a theater, and various exhibitions also located in the Garden, it’s the perfect place to while away an evening in Manhattan. Don’t forget to check out the All-Access Tour for sneak peeks into the locker rooms, stars’ dressing rooms, and all the backstage secrets of this buzzing arena! Still have stars in your eyes? Head to the legendary Gershwin Theater to take in a dazzling production, and visit exhibits showcasing costumes, props, and stage notes from Broadway icons such as Angela Lansbury and Julie Harris. Then, create your own perfect movie moment at the top of the Empire State Building, where the observatory on the 86th floor offers truly spectacular views across the twinkling Manhattan skyline.

Good for couples

Romance abounds in New York City, and the Madison Square Garden area is the perfect retreat with iconic lookout points like the Empire State Building and Top of the Rock all within walking distance. Soak up the twinkling New York City skyline from atop these enchanting buildings, go ice-skating in Bryant Park, and enjoy candlelit dinners in fantastic Manhattan bistros. Enjoy an unforgettable night with that special someone at a concert in the Madison Square Garden arena, and round off your romantic evening sipping cocktails in one of the area’s countless bars.

How to get to Madison Square Garden

Hop on a flight to one of New York City’s three major airports, namely LaGuardia, Newark, and JFK, New York’s largest airport. Each airport is served by a wide range of transport options to whisk you away to your Madison Square Garden hotel, including buses, trains, and taxis. If you’re traveling by rail, a train journey will take you right into Penn Station, which is located in the heart of the neighborhood. Getting around the Madison Square Garden area is easy. Do as the locals do and ride the subway, or hop in a famous yellow taxi to explore the rest of the neighborhood in style!

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