For more complete information about accessibility services at specific venues or special performances, please refer to the Campus Accessibility Guide or Contact Us at [email protected] or 212-875-5375.
All Lincoln Center buildings are wheelchair accessible. To reach the Josie Robertson Plaza, take the ramp adjacent to the main staircase along Columbus Avenue, or the elevator by the Lincoln Center Theater on 65th street between Columbus and Amsterdam Avenues.
Wheelchair accessible locations and designated aisle transfer seats are available for all Lincoln Center performances. Wheelchair loans may also be requested at most venues. To request wheelchair loans, contact Central Security at 212.875.5520.
To ensure comfort and emergency evacuation safety, Lincoln Center ushers at David Geffen Hall and Alice Tully Hall will check mobility assistive device when patrons reach their seats, and will ensure that patrons shall have access to their devices upon request, or during breaks in the performance, and at the performance end.
Large Print and Braille programs are available for most Lincoln Center performances. Inquire with an usher or by visiting the guest services or information desk at your selected venue.
Assistive Listening Systems
Assistive Listening Devices with headsets and neck loops are available at all Lincoln Center venues. To learn more about devices at available at each venue, visit individual venue pages or the Campus Accessibility Guide.
The Vivian Beamont Theater is now equipped with an Induction Hearing Loop for state-of-the-art assistive listening.
ASL, Captioning and Audio Description
American Sign Language (ASL) interpretation, captioning, and audio description may be available for select performances and events. Visit the event page to learn more about available accommodations. To request accommodations for performances, send requests to the host venue at least three weeks prior to the performance date, or to [email protected] or 212-875-5375.
Service animals are welcome at Lincoln Center.