In our daily work we receive questions about the show, the exhibition, tickets and other topics again and again.
We have compiled and answered the most frequently asked questions below. We are always open for ideas and suggestions for improvement.
Your Visiodrom Team
How long does the show last?
The show HUMANS lasts about 30 minutes including opening and closing credits.
How long will the show and exhibition be on display?
The HUMANS project with projection show and exhibition has been running since 01.07.2021 and is expected to be open for visits until the end of October 2021. If successful, possibly longer.
How does it work with the visit of the Visiodrom in the Gaskessel?
During a visit to the Visiodrom or Gaskessel Wuppertal you are completely free in which order you want to experience what. We recommend that you first visit the Skywalk with the great all-round view at 70m. Then watch the show in the large projection room, the Visiodrom. Afterwards you can deepen what you have seen in the exhibition with explanatory texts about the photos and background information about the photographers with a making-of film. With a final visit to Aposto, the restaurant on the first floor, you round off the visit in a fitting manner.
How long does it usually take to stay in the Visiodrom or the Gaskessel?
As far as the duration of your stay is concerned, you are currently completely free. You can stay on the Skywalk, in the show and also in the exhibition as long as you like. Only in case of a very large number of visitors we reserve the right to limit this.
At what times does the show start?
The projection show HUMANS runs in the Visiodrom during opening hours in a continuous loop of about 30 minutes. You can freely choose when to attend a show and where to stand, walk or sit in the Visiodrom. Monitors with a countdown show the start of the next show, so you can plan at your leisure whether to wait for the next start or go first to the skywalk at 70m or visit the exhibition beforehand. You can also bridge a waiting period with a visit to the Aposto restaurant on the first floor. In principle, you can also enter the Visiodrom during a running show, but we advise against it. There is a risk of tripping because of the dark lighting conditions, it could disturb the other visitors and you have missed the beginning of the show.
Soon, the countdown will also be available via QR code on your smartphone. So you can see everywhere and at any time when it starts.
Are the tickets or vouchers to be booked for specific days and times?
Tickets or vouchers are valid once every day the Visiodrom is open and within the opening hours until the end of the show and exhibition (see last question). Accordingly, there are no specific days or fixed times to book. You are completely free when and how long you visit us.
How long are tickets and vouchers valid?
All tickets and vouchers that have not yet been redeemed are valid once without restriction until the expiry of the show and exhibition (see penultimate question).
Do you stand, walk or sit during the show?
Here you are completely free. You can watch the show in our huge projection hall or visiodrome in any position you feel comfortable. Standing, walking, sitting or lying down. Usually, however, our visitors make themselves comfortable on the numerous beanbags on the stands. This is the best way to enjoy the all-round projection at a height of over 45m without a stiff neck.
Is the show and exhibition suitable for children?
Basically, the show can and may be visited by people of any age. In terms of character, the show and exhibition is more suitable for adults – but also for school children from 6 years. However, younger children will certainly have fun as well. It should be mentioned that there are passages with photos and films of masked or disguised people, which can frighten sensitive children. In those cases, it is certainly advisable for parents to have a positive and reassuring explanatory effect on their children.
Can the show be seen multiple times?
Yes, currently it is possible to watch the show as many times as you like during your visit. We reserve the right to limit this in case of a higher capacity or a certain number of visitors.
What clothing is recommended?
The visit to the Visiodrom in the Wuppertal Gaskessel also includes a visit to the skywalk with a great view of Wuppertal and the surrounding area from 70m. There and also partly in the corridors and on the stairs you are exposed to wind and weather. Furthermore, the Visiodrom itself, due to the dimensions (45m high / 38m diameter / 51,000 m³) is not heated and there are almost outside temperatures. Accordingly, we recommend to bring warm and water- and wind-repellent clothing on colder days.
Is the Visiodrom or the Gaskessel barrier-free?
Yes, our premises are mostly barrier-free and also suitable for wheelchair users. We recommend that you briefly indicate this when booking your ticket so that our staff can prepare for you properly. Of course, you can also visit us spontaneously and we will do our best to help you get in.