concert hall

Tonhalle Düsseldorf (Concert hall)

Ehrenhof 1, 40479 Düsseldorf

Originally the architect Wilhelm Kreis who had also designed the adjacent Ehrenhof designed the Tonhalle (formerly Rheinhalle) as a planetarium in 1925.

However, about 50 years after its opening in 1926, the neoclassical circular building was given a new lease of life: It became the concert hall, International stars of all genres, from classical to jazz, from chanson to soul, from piano to cabaret, have since gathered under the imposing dome. In 2005, the hall was modernised and the acoustics were improved. Not only the 130 members of the Düsseldorf Symphonic orchestra enjoy this, for whom the Tonhalle is a musical home, but also the more than 300,000 culture fans, who visit the 450 events every year.

Accessibility Information
  • Public Transport: Tonhalle/Ehrenhof (200 m).
  • 6 wheelchair spaces available.
  • Disabled toilet on ground floor near staircase G with sensor outside and electronic door.
  • Level access.
  • 2 elevators to the main hall.
  • Elevator to underground station outside of building.
  • Restaurant accessible without steps.
  • 10 disabled parking spaces directly at main entrance in front of the building.
General information Seniors friendly

Contact

Tonhalle Düsseldorf
Ehrenhof 1
40479 Düsseldorf

Phone +49 0211 9138 7538
konzertkasse@tonhalle.de