David Geffen Hall at Lincoln Center for Performing Arts

Phone Number: (212) 721-6500
Parking & Transportation:

Paid parking in the nearby vicinity. Drop off location at Columbus Avenue at 64th Street

Jump the Line: Unsure if disabled patrons are allowed in first
Stairs: Yes, there are stairs, but there's a ramp Yes, there are stairs, but there's an alternate entrance without stairs
Stairs – Other/Details:

Accessible 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.

Lighting Safety Warnings No, the venue never posts warnings about unsafe lighting
Accessible Seating Area Details

Wheelchair accessible locations and designated aisle transfer seats are available throughout the theater. Specify accessible seating when purchasing to ensure most suitable accommodations.

Wheelchair Loans available for people who require a wheelchair to go to and from their seat. To arrange a loan, subject to availability, call Central Security at 212.875.5520.

Wheelchairs, walkers, and canes may need to be stored during performances if they are obstructing the aisles. Ushers will mark and store mobility devices and return to patrons at intermission and the conclusion of the performance.

Seating: Yes, there's seating available for those who need it
Accommodations for Deaf and Hard of Hearing Patrons:

Assistive Listening Devices: Infrared assistive listening devices (headsets and neck loops) available. See the House Manager on the orchestra level. A valid photo ID is needed to ensure return.

Restrooms: Yes, there's an accessible stall in the men's/women's restrooms Yes, there's a single family/accessible/gender neutral restroom
Additional Comments:

Braille & Large Print Programs: Available for all New York Philharmonic and Lincoln Center Presents concerts. The programs may be obtained from ushers or at the Subscriber/Guest Services Window at the lobby level.

This Information Is Current As Of: December 2019
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