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Please observe the currently valid Corona Protection Ordinance. The 2G rule applies to visits to the current Gasometer exhibition. Accordingly, vaccinated and recovered persons are admitted. A person is considered to have recovered if he or she has contracted Covid-19 and been cured within the past six months. Proof of this must be carried and will be checked at the entrance together with the identity card. Vaccination status can be proven with a valid vaccination card or entry in appropriate Corona apps.

Exceptions:
Children and young people up to and including the age of 15 are not subject to the 2G rule and do not require further proof. Pupils aged 16 and over are subject to the 3G rule in class and 2G for a private exhibition visit.
Pregnant women will be admitted to the Gasometer upon presentation of a negative antigen (max. 24 hours old) or PCR test (max. 48 hours old). Please show your maternity passport and an official photo ID.
Persons who cannot be vaccinated for medical reasons require a medical certificate and a negative antigen (max. 24 hours old) or PCR test (max. 48 hours old) to visit the exhibition.

You do not need a fixed appointment to visit the Gasometer. The Oberhausen Gasometer is an industrial monument of considerable dimensions. The more than 7,000 square metres of exhibition space offer enough room for appropriate distances. Access to the lifts is limited to five people. Contact surfaces are disinfected at regular intervals.

Please wear mouth/nose protection during your visit to the interior.

We look forward to your visit.

Questions?

Information telephone at the Gasometer: 0208.21295 (daily 10 am - 6 pm)
Information telephone of Gasometer GmbH: 0208.850 37 30 (Mon. to Thurs. 8-16:30; Fri. until 13:00)
Guided tour enquiries Ms Simone Schwering: 0208.299 4602 (Mon. to Fri. 10 a.m. - 1 p.m.) or by email to ausstellung@gasometer.de.

Due to the high demand, there may be waiting times.
Note on the telephone system: Unfortunately, you will not hear a busy signal even if all staff members are already on the line.

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Service telephone

Service telephone at the Gasometer: +49 (0)208.21295 (daily 10 am - 6 pm)
Service telephone of Gasometer GmbH: +49 (0)208.850 37 30 (Mon. to Thurs. 8-16:30; Fri. until 13:00)
Guided tour enquiries Ms Simone Schwering: +49 (0)208.299 4602 (Mon. to Fri. 10 a.m. - 1 p.m.) or by email to ausstellung@gasometer.de.

Due to the high demand, there may be waiting times.
Note on the telephone system: Unfortunately, you will not hear a busy signal even if all staff members are already on the line.

The Fragile Paradise

The first exhibition after the extensive renovation of the Gasometer shows from October 1st 2021 the beauty of nature and the influence of man on his environment. "The Fragile Paradise" takes visitors on a visually stunning journey through the turbulent climatic history of our earth and shows in impressive, award-winning photographs and videos how the animal and plant world is changing in times of the Anthropocene.

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Gasometer Newsletter

The newsletter is only availiable in German. It contains short reports, photos and videos on the most important news about the Gasometer. If you would like to stay up to date, you are welcome to register for the newsletter via this link.

25 years exhibition hall, 16 extraordinary exhibitions

The Oberhausen Gasometer can look back on 25 eventful years as Europe's highest exhibition hall with 16 exhibitions and over eight million visitors. Already with the opening of the first exhibition "Fire and Flame" on 22 July 1994, the gigantic gas storage facility made a name for itself as a "cathedral of industrial culture". Many internationally renowned artists have been inspired by the unique spatial experience, including Christo, who used the Gasometer twice for his installations "The Wall" (1999) and "Big Air Package" (2013). The exhibitions "Sternstunden" (2009/10), "Wunder der Natur" (2016/17) and "Der Berg ruft" (2018/19) developed as real crowd pullers. The following video gives a complete overview of all 16 exhibitions of the past 25 years.