Lincoln Center is pleased to offer a variety of programs that help extend accessible arts and education to all of our visitors.
Lincoln Center Guided Tours can be adapted to meet a range of needs through accommodations including American Sign Language interpretation, assistive listening devices, touch and verbal description, or sensory supports for visitors with autism.
To request additional access accommodations, please contact us with at least two weeks’ advance notice at [email protected] or by phone at 212.875.5375.
Passport to the Arts Program for Children with Disabilities and their Families
Designed for children with disabilities and their families, this program provides a welcoming, accessible, and affordable introduction to the performing arts at Lincoln Center at no cost. To learn about this season's performances, register here.
“My husband is a jazz fanatic, and although our kids have spent years listening to records, because of their specific needs, we had never been able to take them to hear jazz performed live. Thanks to your group and the work you do, he was able to share his passion for the first time with his children. Thank you so much for the gift of this experience.” — Passport Program Member
Curated especially for students PreK–12, these 1-hour productions offer classes the opportunity to see innovative theater, dance, and music performed in intimate spaces. Following the performance, students will have the chance to meet the artist and ask questions in an interactive talkback.
Performances can be adapted to meet the needs of all learners. Limited number of free tickets for classes that serve students with disabilities. For more information, contact [email protected] or call 212.875.5377.