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Wednesday, January 18, 2017

Where-To-Go Wednesday- Madison Square Garden All Access Tour

What: Madison Square Garden All Access Tour
         
Where: Between 7th and 8th Ave.
             31st to 33rd St.
             Tour starts at Chase Square at the MSG Store

Who: Tweens and Up
Me - Madison Square Garden All Access Tour was enjoyable. I never went to an event at Madison Square Garden before, but I want to go to one especially now that I have been on the tour. The tickets they gave us to go on the tour looked like VIP passes to an event. They said "Madison Square Garden All Access Tour." We wore them around our necks like real VIP passes.  I liked the tour it was very interesting. We got to visit two suites. One was a private suite. It had a couches, chairs, a food area, two big screen TVs and a private bathroom. It was basically like an apartment except it didn't have any beds. The other suite was more like a lounge and restaurant area. It was still exclusive but not as private. There was an area where they had 366 pictures one for a special event that happened for every day of the year including leap day. There were cases with pictures and memorabilia of famous events that happened in the Garden. We got to see a view of the arena from three different areas of the stadium including the upper level, the floor and a special area called The Chase Bridge. The Madison Square Garden All Access Tour was a really fun experience, and I think you should really go if you have the chance.

Mom - The current Madison Square Garden is actually the third arena of that name and is known as the World's Most  Famous Arena. Whether you have been to an event there or not, their All Access Tour is definitely worth taking. This tour has something for everyone. Whether you are into concerts, sports, the circus or whatever, Madison Square Garden has had it all. The tour gives you the opportunity to learn about and relive many great memories of the numerous events that have been held at the Garden over its history.  The Garden 366  exhibit literally includes a special event that occurred on every single day of the year plus leap day. There are also multiple display cases commemorating historic events that occurred at the Garden including Wayne Gretsky's retirement, Joe Frazier and Muhammad Ali's first fight and the time when Marilyn Monroe historically serenaded President Kennedy on his birthday. You will also get to experience the views from every area of the stadium from the highest level to the lowest level as well as visit every kind of luxury suite from the most private to the most exclusive. You will even see the Knicks and the Rangers locker rooms. This tour will definitely make you feel like a VIP. Although the tour does involve a lot of walking and climbing up and down stairs, accommodations can be made for strollers and/or wheelchairs. However, we would not recommend the tour for very young children who would probably be bored. Older children especially those that love sports and/or music should enjoy it though. For more information go to http://www.thegarden.com/tours.html.



And that's our view. Tune in tomorrow for Theater Thursday.

20 comments:

  1. Although I've been to NY many times I've never been to Madison Square Garden. I hope to go one day! :)

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    1. It's a great place you should definitely try to get there at least once even if just to take the tour. Thanks for visiting Says Me Says Mom and for your comment.

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  3. Thank you for sharing. It looks like a great place to visit.

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  4. It sounds like you and your daughter were able to live the lifestyles of the rich and famous for a while there @ Madison Square Garden .Rosanne

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    1. Well, it wasn't exactly like that but it was fun. Thanks for visiting Says Me Says Mom and for your comment

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  5. It's on my bucket list as I live in New Zealand :)

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    1. We never been to New Zealand, but we would love to go there someday. Thanks for visiting Says Me Says Mom and for your comment.

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  6. Never been, but would love to see a show there

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  7. wow! I bet this would be so much fun, I'd love to visit!

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    1. It's a fun place to visit but so is New York in general. Thanks for visiting Says Me Says Mom and for your comment.

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  8. Never been to NY, love to visit and love your post!!!

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  9. This sounds like a great tour. I have never been there but I would love to visit. Thank you so much for sharing

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    1. It is a great place to visit, and the tour was a lot of fun. Thank you for visiting Says Me Says Mom and for your comment.

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