|Location||Amsterdam Avenue and West 62nd Street, Manhattan, New York|
|Area||2.4 acres (0.97 ha)|
|Administered by||City of New York Parks and Recreation|
|Buildings of Lincoln Center|
Buildings and structures in Lincoln Center:
Clark Studio Theater; Samuel B. and David Rose Building; Stanley H. Kaplan Penthouse; Walter Reade Theater
Alice Tully Hall
Claire Tow Theater; Lincoln Center Theater; LCT3 Theater; Mitzi E. Newhouse Theater; Vivian Beaumont Theater
Elinor Bunin Monroe Film Center
David Geffen Hall
Bruno Walter Auditorium; New York Public Library for the Performing Arts
Metropolitan Opera House
Josie Robertson Plaza; Revson Fountain
David H. Koch Theater
David Rubenstein Atrium
Jazz at Lincoln Center
Damrosch Park is a 2.4-acre (0.97 ha) park that includes the Guggenheim Bandshell in New York City at Amsterdam Avenue and West 62nd Street on the south side of the Metropolitan Opera House and west of the David H. Koch Theater at the Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts. The bandshell is used for performances.
The park is named after the Damrosch family, a family of musicians. Performances take place at the Daniel and Florence Guggenheim Bandshell in the western end of the park above Amsterdam Avenue. The south side has street entrances, and the northeast corner of the park connects directly to the Center's central plaza.
The park is used for large events such as New York Fashion Week in August and February, the Lincoln Center Festival in July, Lincoln Center Out of Doors in August, and the Big Apple Circus October through January. In 2013, local residents who felt that these events are inconsistent with the park's status as a park sued to keep the park available to the public year-round.