Ballet House guided tour

Sat 09.03.2024
10:30 - 11:30
Guided Tour
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10:30 - 11:30
Guided Tour
Sold outDownload iCal
Please try the box office.
10:30 - 11:30
Guided Tour
Sold outDownload iCal
Please try the box office.
10:30 - 11:30
Guided Tour
Sold outDownload iCal
Please try the box office.
Take a look behind the scenes of the Ballett am Rhein: on a guided tour of the modern Ballet House, we will show you the ballet rehearsal rooms, the pointe shoe store, the costume fitting room, the training, rehabilitation and rest rooms, the changing rooms and the common areas of the ballet company.

The insights we can give you into the ballet house operations depend on the current daily schedule.
The tour takes place in German and is suitable for ages 12 and up.

Public guided tours
Duration: approx. 1 hours Advance tickets: adults 7,00 €, children/reduced 4,00 €

General terms and conditions apply.

Special group tours
All-inclusive price for up to 15 persons 105,- €.Each additional adult person 7,00 €, each additional child or reduced person 4,00 €.

Coordination of opera house tours
Email: fuehrungen@operamrhein.de
Tel. +49 211 89 25 603

Guided tours for school classes
At the moment we do not offer guided tours for school classes at the Ballet House.
Important information / rules of conduct for the guided tours
Domiliciary Right
The instructions of the ballet house guides must be followed at all times.
For your own safety, you are not allowed to leave the group or wander around the Ballet House on your own initiative.
If children are present during the guided tours, the official chaperones are responsible for supervising them. They are responsible for ensuring that the children follow the instructions of the Ballet House guides.
If the safety instructions of our staff are disregarded, the tour may be cancelled without refund. In the event of misconduct and/or disturbances by individual persons, our theatre guide may also expel them from the premises during the tour.

Clothing / Wardrobe
Please wear sturdy, comfortable shoes (flip flops and high heels are not suitable).
Clothes/backpacks can be left at the cloakroom free of charge. No liability is assumed for clothing and valuables. Please therefore carry valuables with you.

Accidents / emergencies / evacuation
In case of accidents or injuries, please inform your ballet house manager immediately. Our staff are trained for such situations and know the locations of the first aid kits, defibrillators and fire alarms in the building.
If an internal alarm is triggered, follow the instructions of your ballet house manager and leave the building by the shortest route.

Declaration of consent
By purchasing a ticket and taking part in one of our guided tours, you confirm that you agree to the rules listed and will abide by them.
Photography during ballet house tours
A selfie in the foyer or a group photo in one of the rehearsal halls? Sure, this is allowed. We also welcome links to our channels on social media!

Picture, video and audio recordings of our staff and dancers are not allowed. This also applies if they are only in the background of the motif you have chosen.

We are obliged to protect the personal rights of our employees and dancers.

We thank you for your understanding.
Note on accessibility
The Ballet House Düsseldorf is a modern, barrier-free building.