The Lincoln Center complex includes the following buildings:
*Alice Tully Hall - a 1095-seat facility, located within the Julliard School of Music. It is the home of the "Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center."
*Avery Fisher Hall - known to many PBS viewers, this 2738-seat concert hall is the home of the "New York Philharmonic."
*The Metropolitan Opera House - the 3900-seat home stage of the "Metropolitan Opera Company."
*The New York State Theater - a 2713-seat theater, home to the "New York City Ballet" company and the "New York City Opera."
*The Vivian Beaumont Theater - a 1047-seat Broadway-style theater
*The Mitzi e. Newhouse Theater - a smaller, more intimate, 334-seat stage theater, formerly called "The Forum."
*The Walter Reade Theater - a 268-seat movie theater and home to the "Film Society of Lincoln Center."
*Jazz at Lincoln Center - the newest edition to the Lincoln Center family, this multi-facility performance center is located with the Time Warner Center at Columbus Circle, a block away from the other buildings. It includes a nightclub-style venue, an amphitheater, a 1094-seat concert hall and a rehearsal facility.
The complex is also home to the prestigious Julliard School (for music) and the Lincoln Center Institute, a inter-disciplinary educational center.
The plaza in front of the complex is noted for its grand fountain, the scene of many movies, including "Moonstuck". The plaza is also the site of the complex's annual holiday tree lighting ceremony, second only in popularity to the one at Rockefeller Center.