Admission prices during the exhibition 'The Fragile Paradise' (incl. visit to the panoramic viewing platforms):
- Adults: 12 Euros, reduced: 9 Euros
- Schoolchildren and teachers in class group: 4 Euros(these tickets are only available at the box office)
- Family ticket (2 adults and a maximum of 5 children up to 17 years of age): 29 Euros
- Mini-family (1 adult and max. 2 children aged 6 to 17) 26 Euros
- Season Ticket (valid for the entire duration of the exhibition): 27 Euros
Pupils and teachers in class 4 € .
The price reduction applies to children from the age of 6 years, schoolchildren, students, old-age pensioners, the severely disabled, unemployed persons, social assistance recipients, persons doing military service or alternative social service upon presentation of appropriate certificates at the ticket office as well as to groups of 15 or more persons. Tickets which have already been reduced in price cannot be reduced in price again.
The ticket office closes at 5:30 p.m. For special events the opening times can deviate from this.
Tickets are not date-bound and entitle the holder to a single visit for the entire duration of the exhibition. Online tickets differ slightly from our box office prices listed below due to the advance booking fee, but entitle the holder to priority admission.
Holders of the RUHR.TOPCARD, RUHRKULTUR.CARD, GEO-Card, evo-Card, members of NABU etc. will receive the respective discounts directly at the box office. Booking via the online shop is not possible.
Combitickets with the LUDWIGGALERIE Schloss Oberhausen and the LVR Industrial Museum dem are only available at the box office. The combiticket with the Visiodrom is availiable in our online Ticket-Shop.
Combiticket with the LUDWIGGALERIE Schloss Oberhausen 15 € Combiticket with the LVR Industrial Museum Oberhausen - Peter-Behrens-Bau 14,50 € Combiticket with the Visiodrom in the Gaskessel Wuppertal 21,50 €
Please send your tour enquiries by e-mail to Ms. Simone Schwering at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Further information on guided tours of the Gasometer can be found here.
Give away tickets
Tickets for the Gasometer are an excellent gift. It only takes a few steps to get the ticket you want, and there are two options:
Simply go to the ticket office at the Gasometer or to the Tourist Information at the station/Centro, buy the ticket you want, take it with you immediately and give it as a gift.
OR order the ticket you want easily and conveniently from home via the online ticket shop, print it out yourself and give it as a gift. Only the following ticket variants can be ordered in the online ticket shop: single ticket, family ticket and reduced ticket.
Gift vouchers or postal delivery are not available.
During the cold season, please keep in mind that the Gasometer can not be heated.
These Corona rules apply from April 3rd 2022.
From April 3rd the 3G proof, mask requirement and distance rules will no longer apply when visiting the Gasometer Oberhausen. Nevertheless, we expressly recommend wearing mouth/nose protection. Stay healthy!
What visitors can expect
The first exhibition after the extensive renovation of the Gasometer will show the beauty of nature and the influence of humans on their environment from spring 2021. "The Fragile Paradise" takes visitors on a visually stunning journey through water, forest and desert worlds. Impressive, award-winning photographs and videos show animals and plants in their changing habitats, but also human intervention in the fragile ecosystem of the earth. Thanks to the latest 3D technology, exhibition visitors can virtually explore the world's largest rainforest reserve and slip into the role of various inhabitants of this primeval forest. The highlight of the exhibition is a monumental sculpture of the earth in the 100-metre-high airspace of the Gasometer, onto which high-resolution, up-to-date satellite images are projected.
The Oberhausen Gasometer is largely barrier-free accessible.
Separate guided tours for blind and visually impaired visitors are available on request.
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