208 West 41st St, New York, NY 10036
Broadway's Nederlander Theatre has been known by many names since it first opened its doors in the 1920s as the National Theatre. In 1959 it was sold and the new owner renamed the theatre after himself, and so it became the Billy Rose Theatre. It was bought by the Nederlander Organization in 1979 who gave it the name it currently holds - though only after a short stint as the Trafalgar Theatre!
Our Top Local Tip: Bryant Park is just a 5-minute walk from the Nederlander Theatre, and offers solace for all budgets. Enjoy food from a street vendor as you sit under the trees, or the elegant dining at Bryant Park Grill (outdoor seating available).
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