There’s a phenomenal range of architectural wonders that Sydney possesses. It doesn’t matter if it is commercial buildings or residential houses Sydney never ceases to amaze you with the skill and marvels of its architects. But when it comes to it, no other building deserves to be on the top of the list than the magnificent work-of-art that the Sydney Opera House is. It is the building that has been the signature picture for not only Sydney but Australia as a whole. Sydney Opera house single handily sets the bar for Sydney’s commercial architecture extraordinarily high.
The sail-like design of the building itself is enough to charm thousands of tourists irrespective of their interest in arts like theater and music. The entertainment that the insides of the building provide is a different thing to enjoy all together.
Sydney Opera house has a number of venues for different art performances. It has the Concert hall which is essentially famous for the Grand Organ which happens to be the largest organ of its type with more than 10,000 pipes.
Then it has the famous Joan Sutherland Theatre previously famous as the Opera Theatre, and the list goes on. The art lovers can enjoy theatrical plays, ballet performances, and the fans can witness the live performances of an artist like Sydney Symphony Orchestra and much more.
The Opera house has every right to be the picture face of the world’s most popular tourist destination and to be one of the Seven Wonders of the World.