Currency
Popular Currencies
EUR €
Euro
USD $
United States Dollar
AED
United Arab Emirates Dirham
SGD S$
Singapore Dollar
INR ₹
Indian Rupee
MYR
Malaysian Ringgit
More Currencies
AZN ₼
Azerbaijan New Manat
AUD AU$
Australian Dollar
BHD
Bahrain Dinar
CAD CA$
Canadian Dollar
CHF
Swiss Franc
CNY ¥
Chinese Yuan Renminbi
DKK
Danish Krone
EGP E£
Egyptian Pound
GBP £
British Pound
HKD HK$
Hong Kong Dollar
IDR Rp
Indonesia Rupiah
ISK kr
Icelandic Krona
JPY ¥
Japanese Yen
KRW ₩
South Korean Won
LBP
Lebanese Pound
MOP 毫
Macanese Pataca
MXN
Mexican Peso
NZD NZ$
New Zealand Dollar
PLN zł
Polish Zloty
QAR ر.ق
Qatari Riyal
SAR
Saudi Arabian Riyal
SEK
Swedish Krona
TWD NT$
Taiwan New Dollar
THB ฿
Thai Baht
VND ₫
Viet Nam Dong
ZAR
South African Rand

Winter Garden Theatre seating chart, Broadway, New York

Looking to get the best out of your experience at the Winter Garden Theatre? Check out our Winter Garden Theatre seating chart and get real-time seat availability, pricing, and insider tips on the best seats.

Value for money seats

  • Center Orchestra: Rows L-P in the Center Orchestra will help you get a clear view of the stage at a more reasonable price.
  • Center Mezzanine: The Center Mezzanine rows E and F offer a decent view of the stage at a more budget-friendly price than Orchestra seats.

Best views of the stage

  • Center Orchestra: Any seat from Row D to K offers a premium experience, allowing you to see every detail of the show without anything blocking your view.
  • Center Mezzanine: The front rows of the Center Mezzanine (A-C) provide a fantastic alternative for those seeking a stellar view at a slightly lower price point than the Orchestra.

Sections available in Winter Garden Theatre

Orchestra

Winter Garden Theatre's Orchestra has 992 seats across three areas: Left, Center, and Right. These sections are divided by aisles running through 23 rows, with the widest point reaching 59 seats across. The Mezzanine overhang starts at row O, potentially obstructing the top of the stage for seats further back. Generally, views are good, but seating in the far Left and Right sections results in a more limited, side-on perspective. The rake (incline) is gentle, which could be an issue for shorter patrons if those in front are taller. The best seats are in the Center, between rows C and K, offering a great view without straining the neck.

It has step-free access, with wheelchair spaces throughout and companion seating available. Several transfer seats with folding armrests are also distributed across the section. For a more private experience, Box seating is available on the sides, but the angle may restrict views.

Mezzanine

The Mezzanine is much smaller than the Orchestra, with 486 seats arranged into four blocks separated by aisles. The smallest block curves toward the far left. This section has a wide but shallow layout, stretching across a maximum of nine rows, with about 70 seats at its widest point. The best views are in the center, with the first two or three rows being popular for their clear sightlines without being too close. However, the far side seats offer only partial views due to the Mezzanine's width. That same width, combined with a good rake, also provides a broad panoramic perspective with relatively clear views from the back rows.

The Mezzanine is not step-free, requiring climbing 34 steps to reach, and additional steps to access each row. While there are five transfer seats, this section is not ideal for those with significant mobility issues.

Accessible seating in Winter Garden Theatre

Winter Garden Theatre - accessibility

Orchestra: The Orchestra offers easy access with 20 designated wheelchair spaces, mainly along the back row, and additional spots with companion seating scattered on aisles (D-R). There are also 11 transfer seats with companion seating throughout the section. Plus, the entire Orchestra is step-free with handrails for easy navigation.

Mezzanine: The Mezzanine is not wheelchair accessible. It requires navigating 34 steps to reach the section, with additional steps within the seating area. Handrails are limited to the far side aisles. Due to these factors, the Mezzanine is not recommended for patrons with limited mobility. There are, however, 5 designated transfer seats with companion seating spread across specific sections (far Right, center Right, and center Left).

Frequently asked questions about Winter Garden Theatre seating chart

Where are the best seats in Winter Garden Theatre?

Grab the Center Orchestra (D-K) or the front row of the Center Mezzanine (A-C). Both offer excellent sightlines, with the Orchestra getting you closest to the action (remember, the Mezzanine requires navigating stairs).

What show is playing at Winter Garden Theatre?

Winter Garden Theatre is playing Back to the Future Musical.

Which section of Winter Garden Theatre has wheelchair accessibility?

The Orchestra has designated wheelchair & companion seating (mainly rear & aisle seats) throughout. It's entirely step-free with handrails for easy access.

Which seats in Winter Garden Theatre provide value for money?

Try Orchestra sides (ends of rows) or back Orchestra (beyond row R) for a decent view at a lower price. Remember, these might have some limitations compared to center seats. The Mezzanine (transfer seats only) offers a budget option, but consider limited mobility access and potentially obstructed views.

10 million +

Happy customers across 10,000+ experiences

4.4/5

5,000+ verified reviews with 90% excellent score

100% Safe

All the outdoor activities are 100% safe and secure

24x7 Help Center

Have a question? Live chat with local experts anywhere, anytime