Information for visitors
Below you will find all the important information about your visit to the Visiodrom. We look forward to seeing you!
For more questions about the show, exhibition and tickets, please also see our FAQs.
Valid as of November 1, 2022
Adults 14,00 Euro
Children 6–13 years 8,00 Euro
Children under 6 years free entry
Information on family tickets, reductions, group tickets, online ordering, advance booking offices can be found here: Tickets
The easiest way to purchase tickets for the Visiodrom is to book through our ticket shop. This will also save you unnecessary waiting time at the box office.
Of course, you are also welcome to purchase your tickets on site – cash or by card – at the box office.
Current opening hours
Show, exhibitions and skywalk
Thursday – Sunday: 11 am – 7 pm
First show: 11:15 am
Last admission: 18:15
Closed Monday to Wednesday.
We are happy to open for guided tours (minimum 20 pers.) and events also on these days
Additional opening hours at Easter
Maundy Thursday 06.04.
Good Friday 07.04.
Holy Saturday 08.04.
Easter Sunday 09.04.
Easter Monday 10.04.
Notes on the exhibition:
All tickets include the show, the exhibition and the visit of the skywalk at a height of 70 m with a fantastic view over Wuppertal and the surrounding area.
The show in the Visiodrom starts every 35 minutes. The purchase of a day ticket is not bound to a fixed starting time. A countdown displays the time until the next show starts throughout the house, on our website and on your mobile phone if you wish. So when you visit the Gas Cauldron, you are free to choose the order of the attractions and decide for yourself which show you go to.
A special experience
The Gaskessel, its history and the conversion are unique in the world. As a visitor, you will not only experience the show but also learn a lot of interesting information about the exhibition and this industrial monument that is well worth seeing.
Information and booking options for our guided tours can be found here.
Information for your visit
Please note during your visit that the Gasometer is not heated.
Especially on cold days the inside temperature corresponds to the outside temperature.
Please be there with everyone about 30 minutes before the tour starts for registration and billing.
Unfortunately, dogs are not allowed in the area of the exhibition and show.
Parking spaces are available directly at the Gaskessel.
Bus parking is also available and can be reserved.
The Gaskessel in Wuppertal has disabled access. Handicapped parking spaces are located directly in front of the entrance. The big show the exhibition under the pressure disc and the gastronomy are barrier-free accessible. The exhibition on the pressure disc “History and change of the Gaskessel” and the skywalk are only limited usable or barrier-free.