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Experience the NY Phil at David Geffen Hall — an incredible new space with endless potential that reflects the essential role the arts play in our lives.

Plan Your Visit

Directions & Parking

David Geffen Hall is located at Lincoln Center, West 65th and Broadway, on Manhattan’s Upper West Side.

Take the 1 local train to 66th Street / Lincoln Center Station.

The M5, M7, M10, M11, M66, and M104 bus lines all stop within one block of Lincoln Center.
For additional bus and subway information and directions, call the Travel Information Bureau at (718) 330-1234, 24 hours a day, or visit mta.info.

Parking Information
Reserve a parking space ahead of your trip at the Lincoln Center website or call (212) 721-6500.


The reimagined David Geffen Hall features inclusive design and accommodations for all guests. These include accessible seating, braille and large type programs, assistive listening devices, hearing loops, tactile maps, and more. Get more details and review a full list of our accessibility accommodations here.

For up-to-date Accessibility Information, please click here. If you have further questions regarding venue accessibility, please call (212) 875-5375 or email access@lincolncenter.org.

Seating Chart

Review the David Geffen Hall seating chart here.

Food & Drink

The David Geffen Hall Lobby Bar and Coffee Bar are open to the public. Bars serving beer, wine, cocktails, non-alcoholic beverages, and snacks are accessible to ticketholders before the concert and during intermission.

Tatiana by Kwame Onwuachi serves Afro-Caribbean cuisine inspired by the chef’s childhood in New York City. Visit tatiananyc.com to learn more and make a reservation using RESY. Contact the restaurant at info@tatiananyc.com or 212-875-5222.

No outside food or beverages permitted. No food or beverages of any kind permitted inside the Wu Tsai Theater unless otherwise noted.

Spaces & Features

Wu Tsai Theater

Our 2,200-seat crown jewel. This space has been totally renovated for improved acoustics that will help you get the most out of every performance you attend, with seating that brings performers and audiences closer to each other.

Kenneth C. Griffin Sidewalk Studio

A flexible, intimate space that hosts our Kravis Nightcap series, as well as other performances and events

Karen and Richard Lefrak Lobby

Now twice as spacious as before, the LeFrak Lobby welcomes the community to convene, connect, and socialize. Meet a friend for coffee, read a book, or explore the public art installations as you arrive for a performance

Hauser Digital Wall

A 50-foot media wall which features digital artwork and exclusive NY Phil content during the day, and allows anyone passing by to experience live concerts, free of charge.

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Leon and Norma Hess Grand Promenade

The 2nd-floor Grand Promenade has been reconfigured to allow expanded intermission seating, increased food and beverage service, and enhanced access to the terrace.

Ackman Family Patron Lounge

NY Phil Patrons enjoy unlimited access to complimentary refreshments before concerts and during intermission at the new Ackman Family Patron Lounge.

Become a Patron

Our Reimagined Hall

A new configuration featuring wraparound seating brings all seats 30% closer to the stage for greater aural and visual intimacy.

Safety and Accessibility

Our new home is more accessible for guests with disabilities and features state-of-the-art HVAC, filtration, and air purifying systems.

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Charles C.Y. Chen Firefly Chandeliers

In an exquisite display of artistry and technical capability, 47 firefly lamps dance over the stage to start each performance.

The Bruno Walter and Katherine & Gary W. Parr Archive Galleries

Immerse yourself in the history of the NY Phil with curated archival exhibits featuring manuscripts, photographs, programs, and other materials.