Lincoln Center’s Public Space and Visitor Center
Open: Mon–Fri 8am–10pm; Sat & Sun 9am–10pm
About the Atrium
The David Rubenstein Atrium, a vibrant public visitors’ and ticketing facility on Broadway between 62nd and 63rd Streets is open daily with an array of services for local residents, the general public, and the thousands of people who visit Lincoln Center and the surrounding community every day.
Come to the David Rubenstein Atrium on Broadway between 62nd and 63rd Streets and explore:
- A vibrant community gathering place to linger in and enjoy, with plenty of places to sit
- A venue for free weekly performances
- A resource for discount tickets to available Lincoln Center performances
- Food service from Chef Tom Colicchio's 'wichcraft café
- A staffed Tour and Information Desk
- A destination for free Wi-Fi access
The David Rubenstein Atrium, formerly known as the Harmony Atrium, is one of approximately 503 Privately Owned Public Spaces (POPS) in New York City created under a longstanding program that offers zoning incentives for buildings to provide accessible public spaces. The Harmony Atrium was originally conceived as a lively gathering place for local residents as well as visitors, and The David Rubenstein Atrium proudly fulfills this original vision.
The facility is named in honor of the philanthropist, financier, and Vice Chairman of Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts David Rubenstein, in recognition of his $10 million gift to the Bravo Campaign. The Tod Williams Billie Tsien design reflects a respect for the materials used throughout Lincoln Center and provides an open, accessible, and inviting environment. The Atrium is the first LEED certified, “green” building on the Lincoln Center campus.
The Atrium also features two vertical gardens; a floor-to-ceiling fountain; a media wall with performance information, which also serves as a canvas for video presentations; an art installation by Dutch textile artisan Claudy Jongstra; and 16 “occuli” lighting fixtures that bring natural light and state-of-the-art illumination into the Atrium's interior.