historical house

Kaufhof an der Kö

Königsallee 1-9, 40212 Düsseldorf

The Kö is one of the most famous shopping streets in Europe - and the Kaufhof an der Kö one of their most traditional stores.

As early as 1909, exclusive goods were sold over the counter in the impressive Art Nouveau building, at that time still under the name of the Kaufhof predecessor Leonhard Tietz. It was Tietz who was the first to sell high quality products at fixed prices, as previously prices were individually negotiated. Accordingly, he laid the foundation for today's Galeria Kaufhof AG. The architect of the building, Joseph Maria Olbrich, from whom the famous Wiener Secessionsgebäude (Vienna secession building) also dates, died in 1908 before the completion of the iconic department store.

Free entrance.
Accessibility Information
  • Public Transport: Heinrich-Heine-Allee (50 m)
  • Minimum door width in building: 93 cm
  • 3 entrances with level access on Königsallee, Heinrich-Heine-Alee and Elberfelder Straße
  • 3 elevators: 200 x 150 cm, door width: 120 cm
  • Disabled toilet on 2nd floor
  • Side transfer space to left of toilet: 80 x 150 cm.
  • Disabled parking in multi-storey car park, entrance Heinrich-Heine-Allee 30, 7 extra wide spaces on level 4, headroom: 190 cm
  • Step-free access to all areas
  • Restaurant on 2nd floor, self-service
General information Seniors friendly

Contact

Galeria Kaufhof Düsseldorf
Königsallee 1-9
40212 Düsseldorf

Phone +49 0211 1391 0
Fax +49 0211 1391 103
service@galeria.de