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The Museum of Broadway is an interactive and experiential museum that celebrates Broadway's rich history. See hundreds of rare costumes, props and artifacts and experience Broadway like never before.

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We've teamed up with internationally renowned artists, designers, and theatre historians to create an interactive experience that highlights groundbreaking moments in Broadway’s history - the moments that pushed creative boundaries, challenged social norms, and paved the way for those who would follow.

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Walk through Broadway's history, starting in 1732 with the first documented performance in NYC, and go behind-the-scenes into the making of a Broadway show. As you walk the timeline, you'll come upon exhibits dedicated to groundbreaking moments in Broadway’s history - the moments that pushed creative boundaries, challenged social norms, and paved the way for those who would follow. The Museum of Broadway was designed by internationally renowned artists, designers, and theatre historians.  

Special Exhibit

Moulin Roughe

Credit: David Troncoso

Step into the world of Belle Époque and experience Satine’s dazzling costumes up close in the newest exhibit at The Museum of Broadway. Moulin Rouge! The Musical: Spectacular, Spectacular! is a one-of-a-kind opportunity to be immersed in the glamour and romance of Moulin Rouge! The Musical.  Don’t miss this special exhibit, presented in partnership with Chase Freedom. Now through September 8th.


Guests are swooning.

Had a great time today at the Museum of Broadway! I love watching Broadway shows and this museum gives you the opportunity to immerse yourself in! They have the original costumes, a complete backstage experience, miniature 360 degrees version of the Wicked theatre including behind the scenes!
New York Mickey
Local Guide
Loved it! It was very interactive and there was so much to look at. The museum staff were very friendly and knowledgeable. I especially enjoyed the portion that took you "backstage" of a show. I went at 10 am on a Wednesday and had the place almost completely to myself.
Rachel Elliott-Golema
This place was so cool! It's very informative, and it's set up VERY well. There are artifacts from so many Broadway shows, every employee that I spoke with was very knowledgeable, and there are even interactive exhibits (and tons of photo ops) !I highly recommend this place if you're at all interested in Broadway!
Steven Guillory
Local Guide
So much fun and a great time walking through and learning about Broadway's past and present. They have free lockers (at least when I went) put your coat and bags away and enjoy. I didn't not and had to put them down constantly to take photos and such.
Megan Gonzalez
If you are a fan of musicals, on Broadway, on film, you have got to go to the Museum of Broadway!! Sooooo much cool info set up in such a fun way spanning decades of musical history.
Kristin Knupp Owen
Local Guide
An absolute MUST DO for any Broadway fan. Costumes and memorabilia as well as a peek backstage as to what goes in to putting on a show.
Lisa Burkhart
Local Guide
The history from the beginning until today! A must see in NYC! If you like theatre and Broadway you can't miss it. The exhibits are incredible from West Side Story, Rent, Company, Hello Dolly and well as the writers and composers. Can't wait to go back.
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Broadway is the beating heart of New York City. The Museum of Broadway is the only place in the world where you can have such an incredible in-depth experience to learn Broadway's history, see costumes up-close and discover what it takes to make the magic happen.

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