Madison Square Garden All Access Madison Square Garden Reopens All Access Tour Following The Completion of the Arena’s Historic Transformation! #MSGAllAccess
When I was given the opportunity by my fellow blogger friend Diane Sullivan from 3decades3kids to attend The Madison Square Garden All Access Tour I hit the roof!! Being a big sporting fan from the NYC, and attending various events at Madison Square Garden it was exciting to have the opportunity to experience it on a more personal level. I attended with my two nieces which are big Carmelo Anthony fans. Guest Post written by Karen Angustia.
The tour itself lasted about an hour and took you around the theater, the Knicks and Rangers locker rooms and into a Sky box which has an amazing view, if only I had the cash for one of those. The tour was well organised and very informative. I must say the staff is amazing. Many of them speak various languages to accommodate tourists who do not know the English language. For me the best part was being able to see for myself how luxurious the locker rooms were. (not at all what I imagined). These athletes get five star treatment with the amenities that MSG provides them.
Disclosure: Thank you for covering this event for us, Karen Angustia- MamiDoesItAll.com
Please contact Diane Sullivan at ELGEorgia@aol.com or everywhere else at .@3decades3kids.
New All Access Tour Provides A Behind-The-Scenes Look At The Newly Transformed, “World’s Most Famous Arena” , Madison Square Garden announced today the grand re-opening of the All Access Tour, following the Arena’s unprecedented, three-year, top-to-bottom Transformation. Beginning today, this 75-minute tour will be open daily from 10:30 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. and will allow guests to experience the newly transformed Arena, while being immersed in The Garden’s rich history throughout the building. Madison Square Garden is a “must-see” when visiting New York City and the All Access Tour gives guests access to The World’s Most Famous Arena like never before. For over 130 years spanning four different buildings, Madison Square Garden has been a staple of New York City, delivering the very best in sports and entertainment. With the new All Access Tour, guests will get to explore the Arena, which hosts an average of 260 events and four million patrons each year, and have the opportunity to walk where legends have walked. Guests will also experience the new amenities that have resulted from The Garden’s $1 billion Transformation — from the Chase Bridges to the VIP areas to the locker rooms. In October 2013, the completion of Madison Square Garden’s unprecedented three-year, top-to-bottom Transformation marked one of the most important moments in The Garden’s history. Now, with the brand new All Access Tour, guests will have a backstage pass, allowing them a behind-the-scenes look at the significant enhancements that have been made to every aspect of this historic Arena. This includes several new exhibits throughout the Arena that commemorate some of the most enduring and unforgettable moments in The Garden’s history.