Enjoying the art scene, we would also advise you to take a look at the Kunstsammlung Nordrhein-Westphalia, K20. Here you can have a look at modern art of Klee, Picasso and Matisse. If you prefer a combination of nature and art, we would highly recommend seeing Schloss Benrath, a palace from the 18th century with magnificent gardens.
The Aquazoo Löbbecke Museum has been reopened after renovations. It is a fascinating experience of the underwater world for kids and grown-ups.
Some events that are worth visiting are the Christmas markets in Dusseldorf and Cologne in November and December. In February have real Rhinelandia experience by being part of the Carneval. In spring it is a mind-blowing experience to come and join the Japan Day in Dusseldorf. In July have fun at the Kirmes with its big wheel and roller coasters. End of August join the marksmen’s festival in Neuss
There are sheer endless possibilities for you to enjoy Düsseldorf’s nightlife: a huge variety of bars, hip lounges and the most modern clubs – in Düsseldorf, everybody can find the right place to spend a good evening. The Old Town is famous for having the longest counter in the world. Enjoy the local brew and Alt here before going to dinner at a traditional brewery to taste classic German food.
Another impressive place to go is the museum island of Hombroich. This is a wide sculpture park, where you even can experience the art in a beautiful nature surrounding. If you prefer having some fun, go and have a perfect winter day at the Skihalle Neuss. Here you can go skiing and snowboarding all year long or you enjoy a game of mini golf or go climbing in a high rope course.
Königsallee, Düsseldorf, 40212
The Konigsallee Boulevard is a wonderful shopping paradise and an exciting Mecca for going out, both as catwalk for the daring in fashion and a resting place for those who like to enjoy life. The Konigsallee Boulevard is renown throughout the world as a place to be.
This once-dead old harbour area has been reborn as the Medienhafen, an increasingly hip quarter filled with architecture, restaurants, bars, hotels and clubs. Once-crumbling warehouses have turned into high-tech office buildings and now rub shoulders with bold new structures designed by celebrated international architects, including Frank Gehry.
Grabbeplatz 5, Düsseldorf, 40213
Dusseldorf's regional art museum is spread over two separate buildings. Its diversity and richness reflect the high importance art has in local life.
Benrather Schlossallee 100-106, Dusseldorf, 40597
Designed by Frenchman Nicolas de Pigage, the three-winged palace centres on the Corps de Logis. The former residential tract, where tours (in German) offer a glimpse of the elector’s lifestyle.