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Ticket Info:
Reservations not required; Tickets available at Lincoln Center Box Office

Mon. 11:30am & 1:30pm; Tues. 10:30am, 12:30pm & 4:30pm; Wed. 11am & 1:30pm; Thurs. 11am & 1:30pm; Fri. 10am, 12pm, 2:30pm & 4pm; Sat. 2:30pm & 4pm; Sun. 12:30pm & 3pm (Times can vary week-to-week)

45 Minutes - 1 Hour

When to Go:
Early tour for less crowds

Tour Highlights:
Dress rehearsal sneak peeks (Not available each tour)

Age Restriction:

Important Information

  • Target Free Thursdays begin at 8:30pm at the David Reubenstein Atrium at the Lincoln Center

The Lincoln Center Quick Facts

  • The Lincoln Center Theater opened in 1964.
  • The Lincoln Center is home to the New York Philharmonic, the New York City Ballet, and the NYC Opera.
  • Lincoln Center is home to seven different performing arts theaters, as well as the prestigious Juilliard School of Perfroming Arts.
  • Witchcraft Cafe at the Lincoln Center offers free WiFi.

61 W 62 St
New York, US

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NYC Landmark Hosts the NYC Philharmonic, NY Ballet, and New York Opera

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Upper West Side

Prices Starting at
$15.00 for adults & $8.00 for children

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Features: The Lincoln Center in Manhattan's Upper West Side is New York City's most celebrated performing arts Center, and hosts the New York Philharmonic at Avery Fisher Hall and the Metropolitan Opera House. This NYC landmark opened in 1964, and features a quiet cafe area free to visitors, as well as guided tours that give NYC tourists access to the Lincoln Center NYC.

Why We Go: The Lincoln Center is a massive performing arts center is home to seven different NYC theaters ranging from large to intimate. Regular performances at the Lincoln Center include the New York City Ballet, the New York City Opera, the New York Philharmonic, as well as many theater presentations throughout the year.

  • Guided Tours: Guided tours at the Lincoln Center NYC leave between two and four times daily depending on which day of the week it is, and gives NYC tourists unique access to this popular NYC attraction.
  • Beautiful Cafe Area: The Witchcraft Cafe in the Lincoln Center offers light eats, coffee and alcohol, and the interior decor is filled with artistic portraits and accents you might expect from a performance art cafe in NYC.
  • World-Class Performances: Performances at the Lincoln Center are unmatched in quality and class in New York City. Visit the Box Office at the Lincoln Center for discounted tickets to their frequent world-class performances.

Inside Knowledge: Meet the Artists Saturdays at the Lincoln Center NYC take place the first Saturday of each month. This free NYC attraction allows performance arts enthusiasts the chance to meet and greet their favorite performers, and is a great way to explore this NYC landmark for free.

Do's and Don'ts:

  • Do Attend Target Free Thursdays: Target Free Thursdays at the Lincoln Center begin at 8:30pm, and features great musical performances from talented local musicians. Arrive early to make sure you get a table up front!
  • Do Splurge and Take a Tour: Each guided tour at the Lincoln Center is unique, and for just $15, guests are sometimes given exclusive access to behind-the-scenes rehearsals and stars.
  • Don't Miss the Box Office: The box office at the Lincoln Center is the best way to purchase discount tickets for upcoming Lincoln Center events, including events taking place that day. 
  • Don't Skip the Free Programs: The Lincoln Center frequently hosts free programs, lectures and panels open to the public. Check the NYCTourist events page for upcoming events at the Lincoln Center NYC.