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Stadtmuseum (City museum)

Berger Allee 2, 40213 Düsseldorf

If you would like to meet the historical greats of the city eye to eye, then you should visit the city museum in the Palais Spee. Here you will find a selection of impressive portraits of those rulers who decisively shaped the history of Düsseldorf.

Among them is the oak-painted portrait of Duke William the Rich from the late 16th century and that of the Elector Jan Wellem in opulent jewellery from the early 18th century. But these are just two highlights of the city and historical archives in the Düsseldorf Carlstadt. In fact, the spectrum ranges from Stone Age finds to paintings of the 21st century.

Adults ticket collection and special exhibition 4€
discounts ticket collection and special exhibition 2€
children and teenagers up to 18 years old ticket collection and special exhibition free entry

From Tuesdays to Saturdays, 17:00 to 18:00 and on Sundays, admission is free all day.

Accessibility Information
  • Public Transport: Poststraße (500 m)
  • 4 disabled parking spaces in front of the main entrance, accessible via Citadellstraße (narrow access)
  • Step-free access
  • Disabled toilet on ground floor accessible from one side, side transfer space to right of toilet: 74 x 150 cm., door width: 85 cm.
  • Guide/assistance dogs permitted
  • Special guided tours:
  • Public guided tour per half year for blind/visually impaired visitors and in sign language and on request (phone or e-mail for dates) – all guided tours also in simple language
General information Seniors friendly

Contact

Stadtmuseum
Berger Allee 2
40213 Düsseldorf

Phone +49 0211 8996 170
Fax +49 0211 8994 019
stadtmuseum@duesseldorf.de