Richard Rodgers Theatre Address
The Richard Rodgers Theatre is a Broadway theater in the heart of New York City, the home of Broadway theater. The theatre was built 1925 and has been a top theater destination since. Located in the legendary New York Streets, between Broadway and 8th Avenue is the Richard Rodgers Theatre, one of the most renowned and beautiful popular venues right in the middle of the bustling city centre!
Richard Rodgers Theatre,
226 W 46th Street,
Getting to the Richard Rodgers Theatre isn’t difficult, as there are many routes into the city. You’ll find it at 226 W 46th St, New York, NY 10036, between 7th Ave. and 8th Ave.
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There’s a subway station four blocks away at 50th and 8th, serving the A, C and E lines. About the same distance is the 50th and Broadway station, serving lines #1 and 2. Slightly closer, at 49th and 7th, you can access the N, R and W lines.
If you’re coming to New York by train, you’ll arrive at Grand Central or Penn Station. They’re both about a mile away on foot, and should take you 15-20 minutes. From these terminals you can also transfer to the subway, bus, or cab.
The area around Richard Rodgers Theatre is well served by buses, including the M104, M20 and M7. All have stops about five minutes distant. Also, the Port Authority Bus Terminal is just the other side of Times Square, about seven minutes walk.
If you’re coming from Jersey City, Hoboken, Belford or Weehawken, there’s a quick and easy NY Waterway ferry service. It arrives at Midtown/W 39th St, where you can catch a free shuttle service to 50th St.