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Sydney Opera House

Bennelong Point, Sydney, New South Wales 2000, Australia
+61 2 9250 7111
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Follow our friendly guide on an incredible tour of Sydney Opera House -exploring the World Heritage-listed masterpiece home to 1000 rooms, 300 corridors and hundreds of tales and secrets. Step inside the inspired venues where more than 1600 performances come to life each year and walk in the footsteps of stars like John Cleese, Pavarotti and The Cure. With audio visual aids you will be taken back in time to when the first concrete ribs were laid down at Bennelong Point and learn how Danish architect Jorn Utzon's ambitious vision for a world class performing arts came into existence. You can't experience Sydney Opera House without taking this tour! Tours run daily from 9am - 5pm. Available in English, Chinese, Japanese, Korean, French, Spanish and German.
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“opera house” (6,202 reviews)
“concert hall” (557 reviews)
“iconic building” (638 reviews)
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Hours Today: 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Suggested Duration: 1-2 hours
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Bennelong Point, Sydney, New South Wales 2000, Australia
Central Business District
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Reviewed today

The Opera House is one of unique structures in the world. Finally I can see it up close and personal...Yeey! The surrounding view is marvelous... the must see spot in Sydney that can give you excitement and pleasure. Should come back with my family!

Thank Babe_Toha
Reviewed today

I never tire of looking at the Sydney Opera House. We visit often for shows or just for a drink or some food at the Opera Bar or the many other bars/restaurants along the walk to the Opera House. A terrific place for overseas visitors...More

Thank jenni4711
Reviewed today via mobile

The best view of Sydney, I suggest all travels who come to Sydney must knowing we can cruising to other side such as manly beach from the harbor with the boat and there is nice view of beach, seafood restaurant and shopping area as well...More

Thank Kristian F
Reviewed today via mobile

Walked across the bridge and back again. Good view of Sydney. Iconic and memorable. Have now used every mode of transport across the bridge. Next time would like to climb the bridge.

Thank Darren J
Reviewed yesterday

If time permits, see it during the day and once again during sunset. It changes colour during sunset. Romantic during sunset.

Thank Mavis T
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

Amazing tour of this very iconic building! Great 1.5 hour tour and getting to see the great concert hall was just superb! Try to go early in the day since the groups will be smaller

Thank Boyd L
Reviewed yesterday

Did the tour of the opera house and it was really informative, so now we know the exact history, plus also lots of touristy pictures taken ;-)

Thank Midorilime
Reviewed yesterday

The Opera House is surprisingly beautiful. Although we all recognise it from photos and tv, nothing prepares you for its impact. Be sure to do a tour of the building. It is really worth it.

Thank FLondonUK
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

Even if you don't get the chance to go inside and see a show (and you must try to) a walk around the opera house to marvel at the structure is a must. The views of the opera house and the harbour are stunning. Unlimited...More

Thank Tryatleastonce
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

Amazing to see this world famous attraction. We took a tour which was good. We went back later in the week and saw a concert in the main hall (Shostakovich) from the nosebleed seats: it was a perfect and perfectly inexpensive evening. The outside evening...More

Thank drouselle
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joanie817
15 November 2017|
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Response from Rowena P | Reviewed this property |
Hi Joanie, Unfortunately, Yes. :( I googled this for you and concessions are only open to Australian seniors, concession card holders and under 16 year olds. So are you visiting anyone who could purchase tickets on your... More
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revi3siva
5 August 2017|
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Response from shebe43 | Reviewed this property |
Hi, you will need to check with the tour operator you have booked with regarding photo opportunities. Only they can tell you their schedule.
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GrandmaRachel
6 July 2017|
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Response from Greenyhd 6 | Reviewed this property |
Ha mate. Most attractions for oversea tourist are within close proximity of each other. For example the Harbour bridge and the opera house. The ferry service around the harbour. The rocks. Its all there within walking... More
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