David Geffen Hall at Lincoln Center
Home of the New York Philharmonic
In 1962, Philharmonic Hall, renamed Avery Fisher Hall in 1973 and later renamed David Geffen Hall in 2015, became one of the first buildings to be completed on the Lincoln Center site and home to one of its first resident organizations, the world-renowned New York Philharmonic, the oldest symphony orchestra in the U.S. Today, David Geffen Hall hosts notable performances by acclaimed orchestras and artists from around the globe, as well as galas, film premieres, graduations, and conferences.
- PLAN YOUR VISIT
- Home of the New York Philharmonic
- Special performative installation on date to be announced
10 Lincoln Center Plaza
New York, NY 10023
Visitors can access Lincoln Center by taking the 1 subway to 66th Street or the A, B, C, or D subways to 59th Street–Columbus Circle.
By bus, the M5, M7, M10, M11, M66, and M104 buses all stop within one block of Lincoln Center.
There is a parking garage beneath Lincoln Center plaza, with escalator and elevator access to most theaters.
An ADA-accessible entry is available through automated doors from the Josie Robertson Plaza, via the accessible ramp on the corner of West 65th Street and Columbus Avenue and from the accessible parking area in the Lincoln Center Park-and-Lock Garage. Elevators on the concourse level, located to the left of the Cork Gallery from the West 65th Street entrance to the garage, provide access to the David Geffen Hall Box Office, Josie Robertson Plaza, and all levels of the concert hall. Security guards are posted in the area and available to assist guests.
Free public Wi-Fi is available at David Geffen Hall at Lincoln Center.
Visitors may purchase pastries and sandwiches at the David Geffen Café, which is open daily. Classic all-American food may be found at the Lincoln Center Kitchen, which is open Tuesday through Saturday, 5 p.m. to 11 p.m. and Friday and Saturday from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. when there is a matinee. The Lincoln Center Kitchen is closed Sunday and Monday.