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When considering taking in a Broadway show, you want the best and easiest access to a Theater District Map of Times Square. New York's Broadway Theater District is the home of 39 beautiful Broadway theatres (one additional Broadway theatre, the Vivian Beaumont, is located just a few blocks north), and easily finding your theatre, along with nearby restaurants and hotels, is a crucial part of your Broadway planning.
The Theater District in midtown Manhattan stretches from West 41st to West 54th Streets, and from Sixth to Eighth Avenues (the Al Hirschfeld Theatre is located just west of 8th Avenue). Within the district you will find the best New York restaurants, hotels, entertainment options and of course the famous Times Square, the "Crossroads of the World."
So what is the best place to find a map?
Paper Maps - Visit the Times Square Visitor Center, located at 7th Avenue between 46th and 47th Streets, for visitor information and maps. You can also visit NYC & Company's Official NYC Information Center located at 810 Seventh Avenue between 52nd and 53rd Streets. Finally, transportation maps will be available at most subway station booths. (Look for the "M" sign and head down the stairs.)
Mobile Maps - The Broadway.org application (app) by the Broadway League, the national trade association for the Broadway industry, is available for smart-phones and tablets, and has everything you need to know about Broadway shows, including an interactive map of the Theater District showing theatres, hotels and restaurants. With a simple download you can get all the information you need, when you need it.
Online Maps - Have a little time on the computer at home or at your hotel? Broadway.org contains the same map available on your mobile device, and like the mobile app, has Google Maps integration so you can get directions to wherever you need to go.
Armed with a good Theater District Map of Times Square, you will be able to make the most of your next Broadway show outing in New York City.