New Amsterdam Theatre

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The New Amsterdam Theatre, unique in its Art Nouveau architecture, was erected in 1903 at 214 W. 42nd Street. Most notably, Florenz Ziegfeld began presenting his legendary Follies productions here in 1913. The New Amsterdam became a New York City landmark in 1982, but the theatre’s interior was in poor condition from the building’s damaged roof. Following a complete restoration by the Walt Disney Company, the theatre stands today as a designated New York City landmark.

Public Transportation:
Take the N,Q,R,W or 1,2,3 to 42nd St., walk West to the theatre
OR
Take the A,C,E to 42nd St., walk East to the theatre

Parking:
Kinney System
264 West 42nd Street
New York, NY 10036
212-997-5543

Imperial Parking
315 West 42nd Street
New York, NY 10036
212-975-9968

Handicap:
Accessible seating is available in Orchestra Row V and Mezzanine Row LL through the Box Office only. Call the Box Office for more information.
  • Built: 1903
  • Number of Seats: 1801
  • Stage Door: To the right of the theatre's 41st Street exit.
  • Bathrooms: Ladies: All three levels. Wheelchair-accessible restrooms also on all three levels. Men: All three levels. Wheelchair-accessible restrooms also on all three levels.
  • Concessions: Street level.
  • Handicap Access: Accessible seating is available in Orchestra Row V and Mezzanine Row LL through the Box Office only. Call the Box Office for more information.
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