art & design museum

KIT - Kunst im Tunnel (Art in the tunnel)

Mannesmannufer 1b, 40213 Düsseldorf

A spectacular place for an unusual idea. The KIT Museum, acronym for art in the tunnel, is located under the Düsseldorf Rhine embankment promenade - in a room that lies between the tunnels for traffic.

Below concrete walls, young contemporary art is exhibited, more specifically sculptures, paintings, photography, video and installation art, while upstairs the flaneurs enjoy the Rhine panorama. However, one thing does not exclude the other: The entrance to the gallery is a glazed pavilion - it houses the KIT Café and is one of the finest gastronomic places to go on the river. Therefore, before and after the enjoyment of art, the view of the left bank of the Rhine can be fully enjoyed with coffee or wine.

Adults 4€
Reduced 3€
Groups (10 Persons) 3€
Handicapped free entry
Children up to 18 years free entry

The Düsseldorf Art:card is valid here. Every second Sunday in the month, admission is free.

Accessibility Information
  • Public Transport: Landtag/Kniebrücke (150 m).
  • Next disabled parking in front of Roncalli's Apollo Varieté.
  • Access via Hubertusstraße and Neusser Straße, then turn right into Apolloplatz.
  • Level access through café, door width: 90 cm.
  • Elevator: 110 x 220 cm. Door width: 90 cm.
  • Disabled toilet as per DIN, wheelchair-accessible from left and right.
  • Guide dogs permitted.
General information Seniors friendly

Contact

KIT – Kunst im Tunnel
Mannesmannufer 1b
40213 Düsseldorf

Phone +49 0211 5209 9596
Fax +49 0211 8929 168
kit@kunsthalle-duesseldorf.de