I went to see Cinderella here. I thought it was fairly middle of the road although the cost of the tickets was on the steep side.
We were lucky enough to see the ballet dancers practice and a visiting conductor warm up the orchestra. Beautiful buildings with an interesting history. An hour well spent.
We took the one hour tour and it was very informative, just a shame the orchestra had just taken. a break as their practise ended , nice though to know more about the history of the place rather than just looking outside
We took the one hour tour and learned a great deal about the beginning, the unique design, the difficulty devising a way to do the construction, delays and cost over runs - and the politics (ever changing with a long project). It makes one wonder how the idea occurred! The materials used, inside and out, are special and well thought... More
I visited the Sydney Opera House in 2002 with my best friend. We did a tour and then went to see and hear a piano concerto in this amazing building. The architecture alone is outstanding and the design history and concept both fascinating and scientific. The most treasured gifts from my parents were my piano lessons from the age of... More
Very informative. Our guide provided all kinds of information about the building, its history and how it is being used today. After attending a concert the day before it was great to visit the Opera House and learn more about this iconic building.
As visitors to Sydney it was a fabulous experience to do a one hour tour with a great guide and to see the main theatres of the opera house. Good deals for Seniors and for booking over the web.
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