Arenas >Madison Square Garden
7th Ave & 32nd Street, New York, NY | Directions 1000140.749711 -73.991557
Neighborhoods: Chelsea, Midtown
My favorite place to jog in the morning. Amazing people, all age groups, pet friend park.
Hell of a garden – The garden crowd is nothing short of quiet. I want to go there again - but only to a main sports event
Madison Square Garden has a world-wide reputation not just as a sports arena, but as one of the most coveted concert venues. Countless rock bands talk about how they've always dreamt of performing there. I can't imagine why.
What better reason to visit the "World's Most Famous Arena" than seeing the NY Rangers.
The garden crowd is nothing short of quiet. With traditions like "Let's Go Rangers" during the national anthem, dancing Larry (or Grandma), some of the most educated hockey enthusiasts and the infamous "Potvin Scks" chant, there's not much to dislike about the Garden.
Madison Square Garbage – Let me ask you one question: Why is this place called the world's most famous arena? The Rangers have one title in 68 years, and just think about the state of the Knicks. If you are a tourist looking for a famous arena to check out on your trip to NYC, think about making the trip out to beautiful Long Island. Out there you will find the Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum, the home of the 4x Stanley Cup champion New York Islanders. I'm not sure if they run tours, but you will feel the aura of the place just by standing in the parking looking at it. MSG is old, it's the home of losing teams, and is a very overrated building. 1940.
Sporting Events – To be back at the Garden was GREAT! You step into this beautiful building you feel the history, you still hear the Ranger fans echos when Mark Messier hoisted the Stanley Cup! The food and drinks, although on the high side as any other sports facility were very good. I can't wait to go back!
Citysearch Editorial Review – This trademark stadium first became part of the New York landscape in 1879, and was subsequently rebuilt several times over the next century, undergoing its latest major renovation--with VIP amenities--in 1991 for the Democratic National Convention. It currently has a seating capacity of nearly 20,000 in the main arena, and up to 5,600 in its separate family-oriented theater. On-site eateries include the Play by Play and the Club Bar & Grill, plus additional sports bars and food courts. The venue hosts Knicks, Rangers and Liberty games, as well as touring superstars from Madonna to Prince. Other events include the annual Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus, in addition to high-profile political and business conventions, notably the Republican National Convention in 2004.
Best concerts in NYC!! – I love this place to see all my concerts of my favorite singer- Janet Jackson!! I have seen other events like the circus, the Christmas Carol, and more singers. This place is recommended to see performers and here them sing your fave songs and more here in NYC!!
"the World's Most Famous Arena" – yep, thats right MSG is no joke. home to the Knicks and Rangers, MSG has hosted tons of great sporting events and concerts. I've been here for 2 pearl jam concerts and a Flyers-Rangers game. it's in the heart of midtown NYC so after the game/concert you can catch a cab and hit the town
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