Located in the Lincoln Square neighborhood and right behind Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts, LaGuardia Arts students go to school on Manhattan’s Upper West Side in a neighborhood that is particularly rich in cultural life. Lincoln Center is a tourist center that is home to the New York Philharmonic, Juilliard, the Metropolitan Opera, and the New York City Ballet, and other world-renowned cultural institutions that have special relationships with LaGuardia Arts students. LaGuardia Arts is easy to get to by public transportation.
The (1) train (local) stops at the 66th St. — Lincoln Center Station; the school entrance is at 65th Street and Amsterdam Avenue, across from Martin Luther King, Jr., High School.
The (2) or (3) trains (express) stop at the 72nd St. Station; walk downtown on Amsterdam Avenue to 65th St.; the school entrance is at 65th Street and Amsterdam Avenue, across from Martin Luther King, Jr., High School.
M104 — Broadway and 65th, near Lincoln Center; walk one avenue block to Amsterdam Avenue.
M66 — 65th St. and Amsterdam Avenue.
Long Island Railroad or Amtrak to Penn Station: take the Uptown (1) train to 66th St. — Lincoln Center Station.
Metro North Train to Grand Central Station: take the Shuttle train (S) to 42nd St. Times Square and transfer to the uptown (1) to the 66th St. — Lincoln Center Station
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