Enchanted, historic and full of surprises - Kaiserswerth, which was designated an imperial city in the 12th century, is now a particularly charming district of Düsseldorf.
Our night watchman guides you through the evening alleys and along historic buildings such as the Old Customs House, the Mill Tower and the Klemens Bridge. He explains how the Treidelstein came to its deep gully, tells stories of times gone by and opens many gates with his key that would otherwise remain locked. This also gives guests the opportunity to immerse themselves exclusively into history.
Walk with our night watchman in the footsteps of Emperor Barbarossa.
During the tour we will visit places that are not open to the public at this time. Please note that the city tour will take you along public roads and paths as well as paved and unpaved roads. Please make sure you wear appropriate footwear. Participation is at your own liability and responsibility.
monument in front of the Tonhalle Kaiserswerth, Klemensplatz 7, 40489 Düsseldorf