Coming for a performance? Make a night of it by starting at one of the many great restaurants in Easton’s booming food scene. Arrive early to spend time at the Williams Center Gallery, stroll around Lafayette’s gorgeous campus, or soak up the history in beautiful downtown Easton.


The Williams Center for the Arts is located at 317 Hamilton St., on the corner of Hamilton and High Streets on the Lafayette College campus. Landis Cinema and Weiss Theater in Buck Hall is at 219 N. Third St., at Snyder Street, on the downtown Williams Arts Campus. Studio Theater is in Building 248 on N Third St. We are mere minutes from Routes 78 and 22, and an easy drive from New York City, Philadelphia, Bucks County, the Poconos, Reading, and points in between.


Patrons can enjoy our riverside town year-round and visit over 100 shops and restaurants. Complementing our event calendar, Easton hosts several events annually! These events include the Easton Pub Crawl in April, the Historic House Tour in May, Easton Heritage Day in July, Riverside Festival of the Arts in September, Easton Garlic Fest in October, PA Bacon Fest and the Peace Candle Lighting in November, and many more.


Ample free parking is available for Williams Center for the Arts events. Take your pick of spots on campus streets, or pull into the visitor parking deck behind Markle Hall, just half a block away along High Street. Buck Hall offers free parking behind the building (enter from Snyder Street) and across North Third Street in the Snyder Street Lot.


Wheelchair-accessible seating, large print programs, and infrared hearing assistance devices are available upon advance request.
Whatever your needs, our Director of Operations and Patron Services will be happy to assist you. Please email or call:

Tabitha Klaus –