Lincoln Center


Monday – Saturday: 10am – 8pm
Sunday: Noon – 6pm

  • Accessible seating and designated aisle seats
  • Accessible restrooms and accessible routes

Immerse yourself in the art and culture of Lincoln Center. Experience world-class performances, exhibitions, and more.


150, West 65th Street, New York, New York, 10023

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(212) 501 3100

Getting There

WALKING: Enter the Vivian Beaumont, Mitzi E. Newhouse and Claire Tow Theaters via the street-level entrance on 65th Street (between Broadway and Amsterdam), or at the Lincoln Center plaza level (near the reflecting pool).

SUBWAY AND BUS: The #1 train stops at 66th Street/Lincoln Center. We are one block from the station. The entrance to the downtown #1 subway train station in front of Avery Fisher Hall on Columbus between 64th and 65th Streets is now open. The concourse is also reachable via an underground entrance from the downtown #1 subway train.

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150, West 65th Street, New York, New York, 10023

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Nestled in the dynamic heart of the Big Apple, Lincoln Center is a beacon of New York City’s rich cultural fabric, displaying an architectural masterpiece spanning 16 luscious acres. This historic institution represents the city’s diversity and acts as a vibrant performing arts center. Its famous stages offer a diverse range of world-class acts, including classical ballet and opera, avant-garde theater, and contemporary dance. Lincoln Center’s magnetic charm draws audiences worldwide, kindling a passion for the arts that crosses boundaries and enhances the human experience.


A Cultural Oasis and Educational Haven

Lincoln Center, founded in 1955, has grown into a vibrant cultural hub with renowned venues such as the Metropolitan Opera House, David Geffen Hall, and the David H. Koch Theater, among others. Each location has its distinct appeal and accommodates various acts, including classical symphonies and avant-garde theater shows.

Aside from its great calendar of events, Lincoln Center is an important educational resource, supporting young talent via institutions such as the Juilliard School and the School of American Ballet. These institutes give unique instruction to budding artists, assuring a legacy of artistic greatness for future generations.


Uniting Communities Through the Arts

Furthermore, Lincoln Center is a hub for community involvement, hosting free or low-cost events, seminars, and festivals that welcome New Yorkers from all backgrounds to experience the wonder of the arts.

As the pounding center of New York City’s cultural landscape, Lincoln Center continues to inspire, innovate, and bring people together through the transformative power of the performing arts. Its long history demonstrates the city’s continuous dedication to artistic expression and cultural enrichment.



  • Lincoln Center NYC provides world-class concerts by famous performers.
  • Cultural Epicenter: Visit numerous artistic organizations such as the Metropolitan Opera and the New York Philharmonic.
  • Architectural Gem: Discover the modernist splendor of Lincoln Center NYC’s prominent buildings.
  • Memorable Moments: Make enduring memories with outstanding live performances in the heart of Manhattan.

Frequently Asked Questions

Masks are optional, but strongly recommended, in all Lincoln Center Theater venues.

Latecomers will be seated at a suitable break in the performance at the discretion of management.  Please be aware that  some of our productions do not offer late seating.

Yes! There is a lost and found. Please call 212.501.3100, Monday through Friday, after 8:30pm the day after you may have lost something.