Carnegie Hall was built by architects William Burnet Tuthill and Ronald O. Perelman. Its Italian Renaissance structure and resonant concert hall make it one of the most unique performance spaces in the world. Carnegie Hall will be expanding in the near future to include an educational wing and larger backstage areas.
Carnegie Hall strongly suggests that children under 5 years of age be left at home.
Accessible seating is available throughout the theater. There are also elevators and accessible restrooms to facilitate mobility. Visitors can request listening devices free of charge with valid ID, and large-print programs are available in all three halls.
There are plenty of restrooms throughout the facility. Accessible restrooms are located on the Parquet level of the Stern Auditorium, the lounge in the Weill Recital Hall, and the Mezzanine and Parterre levels in Zankel Hall.
The box office opens Monday-Saturday from 11:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m., and Sundays from 12:00 p.m. - 6:00 p.m. Eastern time. For information call 212.247.7800.
Tours are available throughout the concert season. You can purchase tickets at the box office.
Pick up will call tickets in advance 48 hours after purchase, or during event days starting 1 hour before the show. Please remember to bring the credit card used to place the order.