• Stern Auditorium Audience Sitting
  • Access

    Carnegie Hall offers limited wheelchair seating. To purchase a removable wheelchair location from our fixed seated area in the Parquet, please look for seats labeled "ADA - Removable." You may also purchase an available aisle seat if you prefer to transfer to a fixed seat in the house.

    You may purchase tickets for wheelchair and companion-seat locations online, by phone at 212-247-7800, or at the Box Office. View the seat map for the date and time of the performance you would like to attend for available locations. Contact the House Manager's Office at 212-903-9605 for more information regarding accessible paths.

    If you have any questions, please call CarnegieCharge at 212-247-7800.

    Assistive Listening Devices

    Complimentary assistive listening devices are available for all three halls with the deposit of a valid ID. For events in Stern Auditorium / Perelman Stage, visit the coat-check room on the west side of the Stern Auditorium / Perelman Stage lobby. For events in Zankel Hall, visit the Parterre level coat check. For events in Weill Recital Hall, devices are available in the Jacobs Room.

    Program Books

    Large-print programs for Carnegie Hall presentations are available in the lobby at the House Manager’s window or from an usher. Requests for braille programs must be made at least 10 business days before the concert date by calling the House Manager’s Office at 212-903-9605.

    Public Telephones

    All public telephones at Carnegie Hall are equipped with volume control devices.

    Accessible Restrooms

    Accessible restrooms are located on the Parquet level in Stern Auditorium / Perelman Stage, the lounge in Weill Recital Hall, and the Mezzanine and Parterre levels in Zankel Hall.

    Website Accessibility

    We are committed to serving our entire community online, and have designed this website in accordance with accessibility standards.

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