The New York Philharmonic

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How to get to our concerts

Lincoln Center is located in Manhattan on Broadway, between West 62nd and West 65th Streets. The New York Philharmonic's Avery Fisher Hall is on the north side of Lincoln Center, at Broadway and West 65th Street. The main entrances are on the north side of the main plaza, facing the fountain.

Map and Directions

Avery Fisher Hall Seating Chart

Review seat name and locations using the Avery Fisher Hall seating chart.

Seating Chart


Avery Fisher Hall is accessible to individuals with disabilities from the Josie Robertson Plaza and the North Plaza, as well as from the parking garage and the Concourse Level.

Detailed Accessibility Information

How to Prepare

If you are attending your first symphony performance, you may want answers to some of the following frequently asked questions.

Frequently asked questions

Area Restaurants

Several restaurants offer special discounts to New York Philharmonic subscribers.

Restaurant List

Child Policy

Children aged 4 or younger are only admitted to Young People’s and Very Young People’s concert series.

No Smoking Policy

In accordance with an extension to New York's Smoke Free Air Act passed May 23, 2011, smoking is prohibited in all public areas of Lincoln Center and its grounds.

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