Are you planning on taking in a game or a concert at Madison Square Garden this year? Then get ready for a brand new experience. Because even though MSG has been around for years now, the Madison Square Garden Company just unveiled a completely transformed arena today that was given a $1 billion makeover over the course of the last three years. New York's Governor Cuomo, Willis Reed, Larry Johnson, 50 Cent, and more gathered at the Garden earlier today to check out the new look and feel of The World's Most Famous Arena.

So what's new inside the Garden? Well, just about everything. MSG now has better sightlines from all seats, improved concourses, more food selections, crazier suites, and even some new exhibitions that show love to everything that has taken place in the Garden in the past. There is also a new box office, a new GardenVision multimedia display, and two "Chase Bridges" that offer one-of-a-kind views of all the action. The purpose of the $1 billion renovation at MSG was to make it more modern and inject some life back into the building. And it seems as though the MSG Company achieved that goal.

If you're interested in checking the new and improved Garden out for yourself, it will reopen tomorrow for the public with a Knicks preseason game against the Bobcats. Make sure you visit the arena sometime soon. Even if you've been there before, it looks like a whole new place. And if you're a sports fan, you won't want to miss it.

Click through the thumbs gallery above to see some great shots of the new Garden.