historical house

Carsch-Haus

Heinrich-Heine-Platz 1, 40213 Düsseldorf

Carsch-Haus is a department store which was built in 1915 with its neoclassical sandstone façade, and is very dear to the people of Düsseldorf.

When this iconic four-storey building was to be demolished to make way for the construction of the underground rail system in 1982, a citizens' initiative saved it from being torn down. “Lott stonn” - “Leave it standing!” was what many locals demanded at the time. And they were successful. Carsch Haus was carefully taken down, stone by stone, and set back by 23 metres. In addition to its location, its use has also changed over the last century. The delicatessen department in the basement has always been legendary right up to this day. It is the ideal stopover for a shopper’s lunch and for those who want to buy delicatessen souvenirs.

Free entrance.
Accessibility Information
  • Public Transport: Heinrich-Heine-Allee (200 m)
  • Minimum door width in building: 90 cm
  • 1 step-free entrance
  • 4 elevators: 90 x 200 cm
  • Nearest public disabled toilet on Königsallee and on Carlsplatz
  • 14 disabled parking spaces at underground car park:
    • 9 spaces on level 1
    • 7 spaces on level 2
    • entrance Breite Straße 1
    • headroom: 190 cm
  • All areas with step-free access
  • Bigger dressing rooms on ground floor, Basement floor and on 4th floor
  • Restaurant area in basement
Accessibility status
  • Full accessible
  • Aids and markings for people with visual impairment
Accessibility
  • Elevator
  • Elevator door width: 90
General information Seniors friendly

Contact

Carsch-Haus
Heinrich-Heine-Platz 1
40213 Düsseldorf