Sydney Opera House Tour




About this tour

Be enchanted by the architecture of this fascinating work of art that, in addition to being a UNESCO World Heritage Site, is a true icon of the city that shines in glory against the backdrop of Sydney Harbor.

Learn how the Sydney Opera House was built against all odds in 1973 and has become one of the busiest performing arts centers in the world. Designed by Danish architect Jorn Utzon, this flourishing cultural center has several theater halls, all under one roof. Discover how more than 1800 annual performances ranging across all genres imaginable are represented in this milestone of architecture and engineering.

Get ready for an authentic emotional journey accompanied by our guides who will share with you the exciting history of the Sydney Opera House, a story that could compete with any opera plot for its dramatic twists and turns. You will gain an understanding of its complex and controversial history, as well as the details of its unique architectural design.Explore the building with your knowledgeable guide, learn about how Jorn Utzon’s vision came into existence against impossible odds, and capture photographs from rare vantage points, off-limits to the general public.

A wonder of the modern world, this tour of the Sydney Opera House is an unforgettable experience that no visitor to the city should miss.

Starting points
Bennelong Point, NSW 2000, sydney, Australia

Welcome Centre located on the Lower Concourse of the Opera House.

End point
Same as Starting Point

Admission – 09:00h

Admission – 11:00h

Admission – 13:00h

Admission – 15:00h


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