The Palace Theatre, located at 1564 Broadway, in the middle of Manhattan, originally hosted vaudeville shows. It has since been home to many musical performances of note, such as Legally Blonde, SpongeBob SquarePants, Oklahoma!, Beauty and the Beast, West Side Story and many others. The Palace Theatre is one of the Broadway theaters that is owned by the Nederlander Organization. The theater is known for its musicals as well as for its film premieres. Citizen Kane opened at the theater in 1941, and The Diary of Anne Frank opened in 1959. The best Palace Theatre tickets are available at StubHub.
What is the Palace Theatre's seating capacity?
With three floors, 1,743 seats and an expansive design, the theater is one of the largest in the New York metro area.
What are some nearby attractions?
When you plan to attend a Palace Theatre event, all of Manhattan is at your fingertips. Set in the heart of Times Square, it's easy to find a slice of New York-style pizza to try, a store in which to pick up some souvenirs, spaces to stop and people watch and billboards to see. A little farther away from Times Square, take in the views at the Empire State Building, Top of the Rock and Bryant Park. See the original Winnie the Pooh and his friends at the main branch of the New York Public Library, and get your art fix at the Museum of Modern Art.
Are there concessions?
There are bars on the main lobby, mezzanine level and balcony level. Beverages, both alcoholic and nonalcoholic, plus snacks can be purchased. Patrons can make purchases 30 minutes before a Palace Theatre show starts as well as during intermission. With the exception of food or drink needed for medical reasons, no outside meals are allowed in the venue. Please note that the Palace Theatre isn't nut-free.
Where are restrooms located?
Restrooms are located on the Basement, Balcony and Front Mezzanine levels.
Is there a bag check?
A coat check is only available in winter months. Bags and luggage can't be checked.
Are young children allowed?
Young children under 4 aren't allowed in the Palace Theatre. Every patron must have a ticket. Please determine the appropriateness of a show for everyone in your party prior to purchasing tickets. Call the box office with any questions.
Will latecomers still be able to see the show?
The late Palace Theatre seating policy varies on a show-by-show basis. Late arrivals are generally held in the back or a separate room of the theater until they can enter at an appropriate time.Back to Top