Seat view from section 211 at Madison Square Garden, home of the New York Knicks.


#1 Cenzo 2013-01-16 04:37
I've sat in this section many times. You could call me an upper level dweller. The aisles are very narrow and so is the width between each seat. I haven't had a chance to sit here after the most recent upper level renovation but I hear they've shrunk the capacity by 2K seats and combined a lot of smaller sections into larger sections. Smart move, this place used to be very hard to navigate.

No matter who the Knicks are playing that night, section 211 is going to be full of fans because it's the centermost section in the upper arena. There are 22 rows and lots of steps to climb if your seats are past row 20. There is railing to help guide you up to your seats, just make sure your wife or girlfriend doesn't wear high heels. I've seen a few people take a tumble both down and up there steps.

The security is very laid back on the upper level and jerks on the lower level. They take their job way too seriously but if you plan on buying cheap seats and sneaking into better ones, forget about it. Get a good seat in a section like 211 and stay there.
These are also the perfect seats for Rangers Hockey. The game is so fluid that sitting center ice is simply amazing.

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