historical museum

Kunsthalle Düsseldorf (Art gallery) (including Salon des Amateurs)

Grabbeplatz 4, 40213 Düsseldorf

The brutalist building on Grabbeplatz built in 1967, opposite the K20 Art Collection, hides an important Düsseldorf art location.

The Kunsthalle, popularly known as the “art bunker” due to the windowless exposed concrete façade, does not have its own collection and focuses on changing exhibitions, And although it is well known to everyone in Düsseldorf, there is a detail that by far not all know: A black stove pipe from Joseph Beuys rises up from the western outer wall. “The black hole” was installed in 1981 as a replica of a fireplace tube obtained in the Beuys Atelier Drakeplatz. Where art connoisseurs bustle during the day, people dance at night. In 2004 the Salon des amateurs opened in the same place, a legendary nightclub for avant-garde electronic music.

Adults 6€
Reduced 3€
Groups (10 Persons) 3€
Children and teenagers up to 18 years free entry
People with disabilities free entry

Every 2nd Sunday of the month: Family day with free admission.

Every last Thursday in the month, the Düsseldorf municipality invites you to visit the Kunsthalle and the Kunstverein from 18:00 to 20:00, free of charge.

Accessibility Information
  • Public Transport: Heinrich-Heine-Allee (300 m).
  • Disabled parking opposite underground car park at Grabbeplatz 5 as well as in underground car park on park deck 1. Entrance via Neubrückstraße, headroom 180 cm.
  • Bell at lower end of steps in front of the building on left side. A member of the museum staff will assist you.
  • On rear side goods elevator with mobile ramp, with assistance only.
  • Disabled toilet on second floor, accessible via ramp only (ca. 10% incline). Toilet accessible from one side.
  • Side transfer space to right of toilet: 100 x 130 cm.
    Door width: 90 cm.
General information Seniors friendly

Contact

Kunsthalle Düsseldorf
Grabbeplatz 4
40213 Düsseldorf

Phone +49 0211 8996 243
Fax +49 0211 8929 168
mail@kunsthalle-duesseldorf.de