Family tour

Sat 09.11.2024
Opernhaus Düsseldorf
13:30 - 14:30
Guided Tour
12:00 - 13:00
Guided Tour
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In German
approx. 1 hour
For all from 6 upwards
Why are there so many monitors in the main hall and the orchestra pit? How many costumes are there in our costume store? Where is the highest workstation and what does a chaser do?

On the guided tours for families through the Düsseldorf Opera House we discover the world of opera together! Parents and children are invited to ask everything they always wanted to know about the Deutsche Oper am Rhein, its history and secrets.

The insights we can give you into opera house operations depend on the performance schedule and the current daily rehearsal schedule.
Note on disabled access and mobility
The Düsseldorf Opera House is a historic building. It is not barrier-free, especially in the backstage area. Participants in our opera house tours should be mobile. Please be prepared to walk some distances without a seat. Several floors can only be reached via stairs (without an elevator). Unfortunately, it is not possible to bring prams/buggies or other means of transportation.
Special group tours
All-inclusive price for up to 10 persons 70,- €.
Each additional adult person 6,00 €, each additional child or reduced person 4,00 €.

Coordination of opera house tours
Email: fuehrungen@operamrhein.de
Tel. +49 211 89 25 603
Important information / rules of conduct for the guided tours
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The instructions of the theatre guides must be followed at all times.
For your own safety, you are not allowed to leave the group or wander around the Opera House on your own initiative.
If children are present during a guided tour, the official chaperones are responsible for supervising them. They are responsible for ensuring that the children follow the instructions of the theatre 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.

Please note that our tours are not barrier-free due to the structural and historical conditions. It is therefore unfortunately not possible to bring prams, wheelchairs and walkers.

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 the event of accidents or injuries, please inform your theatre guide immediately. Our staff are trained to deal with such situations and know the locations of the first aid boxes, defibrillators and fire alarms in the building.
If an alarm is triggered inside the building, please follow the instructions of your theatre guide and leave the building as quickly as possible.

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.
Note on photography during opera house tours
A selfie in the foyer or a group photo on stage? Sure, this is allowed. We are also happy about the linking of our channels on social media!

Picture, video and audio recordings of our staff and artists are not permitted. This also applies if they are only in the background to the motif you have chosen.
We are obliged to protect the personal rights of our employees and artists.

Please also follow the separate instructions of our opera house guides regarding the respective stage sets. Photography is also not permitted during new productions and premieres.

Thank you for your understanding.