The dazzling lights. The Depression-era history. The world-class entertainers. Radio City Music Hall is the largest, most famous indoor theater in the world, and its grandeur is apparent from your first glance at the massive curving staircase, crystal chandeliers, and intricate, art deco murals in the lobby. A visit to Radio City is a classic New York outing, so pick up tickets to a family-friendly show like Heart and Lights and head over to this Big Apple icon on Sixth Avenue for a showbiz experience like no other. Tickets in hand, guide your family to your plush, velvet-covered seats. Wherever they are, you’ll have amazing views of the stage, with a proscenium designed to look like the setting sun. Listen to the old-timey sounds of the “Mighty Wurlitzer” organ. Be dazzled by the more than 25,000 lights. And when the shimmering gold stage curtain—the largest in the world—opens up and the Rockettes start doing their amazing high-kicking routine in perfect sync, the whole family will understand why this theater has been the quintessential Manhattan attraction since 1932. You’ll feel like a kid all over again as you see your favorite New York tales unfold live on stage.