Visiting Carnegie Hall
Carnegie Hall is easily accessible by taxi, bus, and subway from all parts of New York City. It is also a short walk away from many of New York's finest hotels. Tickets to performances may be purchased online from the Carnegie Hall site (www.carnegiehall.org), via telephone (212 247-7800), or from the hall's box office.
Carnegie Hall offers performance-goers three dining venues, open an hour before and after the performance and during intermission.
· The Citigroup Café offers Spanish-style tapas, light meals, and beverages in a casual, airy setting.
· The Klaus Jacob Room serves light desserts and beverages in an elegant dining room.
· The Zankel Bar, adjacent to the Zankel recital hall, serves light food and beverages.
Carnegie Hall also offers space for banquets, wedding receptions, parties, and other functions.
In addition to performances, visitors to Carnegie Hall may tour the facility on guided tours, which include back stage, dressing rooms, and rehearsal halls. During the season, the tours run three times per day Monday through Friday. Adults are $9, with discounts for seniors and children under 12.
The hall also boasts the Rose Museum, opened in 1991, on the second floor of the complex. This fascinating trove includes information on the history, past performances, and future of Carnegie Hall. Admission is free.
An archive, added in 1991, chronicles the history of Carnegie Hall and welcomes researchers. The collection includes over 12,000 event programs.
881 Seventh Avenue
New York City, New York
Box Office: 212-247-7800
General Administration: 212-903-9600
Click here to visit Carnegie Hall official website.