Daily tours are available between 10:30 am and 4:30 pm*
All tours depart from the Visitor and Information Desk at the David Rubenstein Atrium,
located at Broadway between 62nd and 63rd Streets.
For updated tour times visit the David Rubenstein Atrium website
*All tour times subject to cancellation and change, please check back before you arrive.
Call 212.875.5350 for schedule, availability, and reservations. Reservations are recommended.
Students (under age 30, with valid ID) $15
Radio City Combo Tour:
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Learn more about Lincoln Center’s iconic landmarks—including the Revson Fountain, the newly transformed Alice Tully Hall, and the Metropolitan Opera House—which have been showcased on Sex and the City and in movies like Black Swan, Moonstruck, and Ghostbusters.
Go behind the scenes at venues where a spectacular range of artists have performed, including Luciano Pavarotti, Mikhail Baryshnikov, Leonard Bernstein, Renée Fleming, and Bruce Springsteen.
Each tour is unique, and you never know what might happen. You might sit in on a rehearsal, walk out onto a stage, or meet a star.
Whether you’re just visiting New York City and want a glimpse of performing arts history, or you’re a Lincoln Center regular who wants to see your favorite venues from a new perspective, a guided tour will bring you closer to the world’s premier performing arts center.
One of New York’s great collections of modern art and architecture isn’t in a museum, it’s at Lincoln Center, where paintings, sculpture, limited-edition prints, posters, and buildings by the leading artists and architects of this and the last century can be found outside and inside the theaters on our world-famous 16-acre campus.
The new Art and Architecture tour takes an especially close look at the grand and adventurous architecture and beautiful artwork that graces the Lincoln Center campus, including pieces by Henry Moore, Jasper Johns, Lee Bontecou, and Richard Lippold.
CURRENTLY ON VIEW ON LINCOLN CENTER FOR THE PERFORMING ARTS’ JOSIE ROBERTSON PLAZA
Melt to Earth—fourteen monumental, site-specific sculptures by Los Angeles-based artist Aaron Curry—are on view at Lincoln Center until January 6, 2014. Learn more about the exhibition here, and download Lincoln Center Education’s Art Reporter family activity book.
Tour the home of Jazz at Lincoln Center and its three theaters, located at the Time Warner Center at Columbus Circle. Call 212.875.5350 for more information.
TWO ICONIC VENUES, ONE GREAT PRICE!
Tour two of New York City’s most iconic performing arts venues—Radio City Music Hall and Lincoln Center—for the ultimate insider experience.
The Radio City Stage Door Tour is a one-hour walk through the stunning private and public spaces of this art deco landmark.
Purchase both tours together and save over 25%! And show your Combo Tour ticket to receive 10% off any ’wichcraft purchase at the David Rubenstein Atrium or Rockefeller Center Underground Concourse.
The Radio City Stage Door and Lincoln Center Combo Tour can be purchased at Radio City Music Hall or at the information desk of Lincoln Center’s David Rubenstein Atrium.
Tours are now available in a variety of languages. Call 212.875.5350 for schedule, availability, and reservations.
Tours are now available in French, Italian, Japanese, German, and Spanish. Please reserve your spot in advance.
American Sign Language tours
Tours in American Sign Language are also available with advance reservations.
Groups receive a special discount.
Introduce your group to all that Lincoln Center has to offer. If you have a group of 15 or more, you can tour Monday through Saturday from 10:00 am to 4:00 pm, and on Sunday afternoons. Groups should be booked at least a month in advance and can include specialty tours as well.
Call 212.875.5350 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Group rates are also available for the Radio City Combo Tour. Call for more information.
Reservations must be made in advance for persons who use wheelchairs so that designated wheelchair entrances may be opened.
For patrons who require American Sign Language tours, reservations must be made at least two weeks in advance. For further information, please call 212.875.5374.