There are 3 ways to get from Manhattan to Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts by subway, taxi or foot
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Line 1 subway • 8 min
2 alternative options
Taxi • 3 min
$13 - $17
Walk • 29 min
Questions & Answers
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The cheapest way to get from Manhattan to Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts is to line 1 subway which costs $3 and takes 8 min.
The quickest way to get from Manhattan to Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts is to taxi which costs $13 - $17 and takes 3 min.
Yes, there is a direct train departing from 86 St and arriving at 66 St - Lincoln Center. Services depart every five minutes, and operate every day. The journey takes approximately 4 min.
The distance between Manhattan and Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts is 1 miles.
The best way to get from Manhattan to Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts without a car is to line 1 subway which takes 8 min and costs $3.
The line 1 subway from 86 St to 66 St - Lincoln Center takes 4 min including transfers and departs every five minutes.
Manhattan to Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts train services, operated by MTA, depart from 86 St station.
Manhattan to Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts train services, operated by MTA, arrive at 66 St - Lincoln Center station.
There are 2266+ hotels available in Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts. Prices start at $100 USD per night.
What companies run services between Manhattan, NY, USA and Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts, NY, USA?
MTA operates a vehicle from 86 St to 66 St - Lincoln Center every 5 minutes. Tickets cost $3 and the journey takes 4 min.
The New York City Subway consists of 27 underground lines that serve Manhattan, the Bronx, Brooklyn and Queens. Lines are identified by a number or letter as well as a colour. Subway passes (called MetroCards) are available for purchase from ticket machines and desks in subway stations (choose from Pay-Per-Ride or 7/30-Day Unlimited), and a new contactless payment system called OMNY is currently being rolled out. The subway runs 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.
Subway from 86 St to 66 St - Lincoln Center
- Ave. Duration
- 4 min
- Every 5 minutes
- Estimated price
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