Avery Fisher Hall
Located at the northern end of the Lincoln Center Plaza in Manhattan, the Avery Fisher Hall is a performance venue hosting various musical events throughout the year. The gold-colored auditorium features a “shoebox” design with seating for around 2,700 people. The facility has been home to the New York Philharmonic, the country’s oldest symphony orchestra, since 1962, and was originally called the Philharmonic Hall. In addition to the Philharmonic, the venue also hosts events like the Mostly Mozart Festival. Guided tours are available.
If you're more interested in the historic venue than catching a performance, the Lincoln Center offers an array of tours that highlight Avery Fisher Hall.
AmenitiesOpen / Closes
- Accessible by Public Transportation
- Handicapped Accessible