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David Geffen Hall, Lincoln Center

Opening Hours: Monday–Saturday 10:00 am–6:00 pm, Sunday Noon–6:00 pm; Will also remain open through the end of a performance on show days.
Address: 10 Lincoln Center Plaza, New York, NY 10023
What’s on View: Nina Chanel Abney, Jacolby Satterwhite

Getting There

Entrances: Accessible entrances from Josie Robertson Plaza to the lobby.
Subway: 1 to 66 St-Lincoln Center, A, C or B, D to 59 St-Columbus Circle
Bus: M11, M31, M5, M66
Parking: Yes, plus accessible parking. To reserve parking, call 212-721-6500 or visit the Parking Reservations website.

Site Features

Free Wi-Fi? Yes
Touch allowed? No
“Picnic friendly”? No outside food or beverages is permitted. An onsite restaurant and café is open for food and drinks.
Restrooms? Yes. All restrooms are accessible.
Wheelchair Accessible? Yes
Service Animals? Yes. Need to be leashed.
Pets? No

Additional Notes

Sensory Notes: The artwork playing on the 50-foot Hauser Digital Wall inside David Geffen Hall may include flashing lights and movement. Noise-reducing headphones, fidgets and earplugs available to borrow from the Head Usher podium, located next to Door 4 A-E on the Grand Promenade.

Access to Artwork: The work installed on the facade of David Geffen Hall is available to view 24/7. The work on the Hauser Digital Wall inside the hall will play during opening hours when a performance is not being live streamed. View livestream schedule.

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