Madison Square Garden provides baby change facilities in most female and male restrooms throughout the Arena and Theater.
Wheelchair accessible restrooms are located throughout the Arena and the Theater, as well as both restaurants, and are clearly marked. In addition, we have a unisex restroom available for disabled guests who may require assistance from a person of the opposite gender or to assist a child for medical reasons. This unisex restroom is located in our Garden Services Office on the 5th floor in the Arena and requires an escort by Madison Square Garden security personnel.
For most events, all children who have reached their second birthday require a ticket to gain admittance to Madison Square Garden. Any child who has yet to reach their second birthday does not require a ticket, however, they may not occupy their own seat and must sit on a parent's or guardian's lap. Please note, that for certain children's events (such as the Wiggles and Sesame Street Live!), all children who have reached their first birthday require a ticket. For more information, you may contact Guest Relations at (212) 465-6225, any weekday from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Incredible for pretty much anything kid wise when they have it there. They have Circus', Sesame Street shows, kids concerts and tons of other things. It is in NY though so crowded and not the easiest to navigate through when there is a show! You definitely want to use public transportation and be ready to walk a lot too!
i really love this place i ve been to few concerts and games and i really love the way the customer is treated and the service there is wonderful. many of the times i visited was when my brother graduated from the NYPD academy and in my college graduation..
Loved the show. MSG is a great experience ---very conveniently located.
We saw Walking With Dinsaurs (and tons of NY Rangers hockey games, Knicks games, and lots of concerts ---among them the Jonas Brothers concert in August of '08).
We sat in the luxury suite which has its private bath and is fully catered. The shows we saw were awesome. Great venue! If you are NOT in the luxury box, make sure you take the little ones to the bathroom before you get to your seat.
Outside of Rome’s Coliseum, this is possibly the most famous sports arena in the world, and it’s the home turf of the New York Knickerbockers (“Knicks”), the New York Rangers, and the women’s NBA team the New York Liberty. Although tickets are sometimes tough to get during peak playoff periods, you can almost always get a peek at their locker rooms during the behind-the-scenes tours or book tickets to any of the other events and concerts offered throughout the year.
We saw the Ringling circus here and it was great! The bathrooms are big and they have diaper changing areas. The staff was helpful and the whole process of getting in and out was not chaotic. You could even bring a stroller (which I didn't know).Over all a pretty good experience!
We've been to Madison Square for Knicks basketball games, shows and even my own graduation was held here. There are lots of venues - Sesame Street for example for kids is another example. If you can commute here I would suggest it parking can cost you close to $30/day. And the traffic since it's so close to Penn Station can be a pain.