Carnegie Hall in New York City


Monday through Friday, 11 AM–8 PM
Saturday and Sunday, 12 PM–8 PM

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Discover the iconic Carnegie Hall in New York City, renowned for its world-class concerts and breathtaking acoustics.


881, 7th Avenue, New York, New York, 10019

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(212) 247 7800

Getting There

By Subway
Please refer to the map for walking directions from stations.

Subway Icon A train Subway Icon C train Subway Icon B train Subway Icon D train Subway Icon 1 train | Get off at 59th Street / Columbus Circle (elevator available).

Subway Icon N train Subway Icon Q train Subway Icon R train Subway Icon W Train | Get off at 57th Street / Seventh Avenue (elevator available).

Subway Icon B train Subway Icon D train Subway Icon E train | Get off at Seventh Avenue.

Subway Icon F train | Get off at 57th Street / Sixth Avenue.


881, 7th Avenue, New York, New York, 10019

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Carnegie Hall, located in the center of New York City, represents artistic brilliance and cultural history. Since its inception in 1891, this landmark facility has hosted some of the world’s most famous singers and orchestras, cementing its reputation as one of the world’s top concert halls.


A Timeless Icon of Musical Legacy

Carnegie Hall, designed by architect William Burnet Tuthill, has outstanding acoustics and a beautiful architectural design that still captivates audiences today. From classical music virtuosos like Tchaikovsky and Mahler to contemporary superstars like The Beatles and Billie Holiday, Carnegie Hall has hosted innumerable iconic performances in all genres.


Fostering Creativity, Education, and Community Engagement

However, Carnegie Hall’s impact goes well beyond its iconic stage. As a center for music education and community participation, the hall organizes a variety of activities aimed at developing the next generation of artists and increasing access to the arts. Carnegie Hall remains committed to encouraging creativity and improving New York City’s and the world’s cultural environment via innovative programs and partnerships.


Timeless Sanctuary

In an ever-changing world, Carnegie Hall stands out as a cultural beacon, a timeless refuge where music speaks to the soul. Its walls resound with the echoes of past achievements and the promise of future discoveries, guaranteeing that its legacy will be passed down for years. Carnegie Hall is more than just a venue; it is a hallowed location where aspirations come true and the human soul soars on the wings of music.



  • Renowned Venue: Carnegie Hall, NYC, is a historic icon known for exceptional acoustics and a rich legacy since 1891.
  • Architectural Gem: Designed by William Tuthill, its Neo-Renaissance style captivates with timeless elegance.
  • Cultural Epicenter: Beyond classical music, it hosts diverse performances, fostering artistic innovation since its inception.
  • Global Influence: Carnegie Hall hosts legendary artists and events and is a cornerstone of cultural heritage worldwide.

Frequently Asked Questions

Masks are optional.

  • Though not required (as of October 24, 2022), guests are encouraged to wear a properly fitting mask over their nose and mouth while inside Carnegie Hall

Arrive early.

  • To reduce pre-concert lobby congestion and expedite security checks, ticket holders will be allowed access to seating areas in Stern/Perelman or Zankel up to 45 minutes before the start of an event, and up to 30 minutes before the start of an event in Weill.

If you don’t feel well, please stay home. 

  • By entering Carnegie Hall, you agree that you do not have any new onset symptoms of COVID-19 that cannot be explained by a pre-existing or previously diagnosed medical condition. Health and safety protocols, artists, programs, dates, and ticket prices are subject to change. Ticket holders who do not comply with venue policies will not be admitted.

Carnegie Hall has no specific dress code—the most important thing is that you are comfortable. Wearing business attire on weeknights or more casual outfits are just the thing.

Who wouldn’t want to keep a visual memory of a visit to Carnegie Hall? However, please remember that photos can only be taken with handheld devices when the performance isn’t in progress. Photographic, sound, or video recording of any performance without the written permission of Carnegie Hall is strictly prohibited. Unauthorized photographs, videos, or other recordings may be deleted at Carnegie Hall’s discretion.