In 1926, a beautiful planetarium was built on the banks of the river
Rhine in Düsseldorf.
It was supposed to give people an insight into the 5,984,000,000 or so
kilometers from the sun to the outer-most planets of our system.
Later on the city’s famous semi-sphere was turned into a concert hall
where the public gathered to explore the unlimited breadths of culture
and to be inspired by international stars of all genres — from
classical music to jazz, and from chanson and soul to cabaret. The
traditional Duesseldorf Symphonic Orchestra has its home base here.
Features of the Tonhalle App
Map of the Tonhallen Facilities
Search improvement of concert compass