This early baroque church (it was built from 1622 to 1629) is drenched in fanciful white stucco. Six baroque saint sculptures from the...
Mahn-und Gedenkstätte Düsseldorf
A few steps west of Marktplatz is this memorial with exhibits on local persecution and resistance during the Third Reich. It reopened in...
Across the square from K20, a Brutalist '60s cube houses the Kunsthalle, which hosts contemporary art shows. The bookstore is superb.
The living room of hipsters, this designer cave is great for chilling or launching a bar hop. Strong drinks from an L of a bar, kick-ass...
Weinhaus Tante Anna
This is like your aunt's place if she was a baroness; silver serving plates, subdued carved wood interior, wines decanted and poured...
Mutter-Ey-Strasse 3 · interesting places nearby
Schmela Haus information
Designed by noted Dutch architect Aldo van Eyck, the Schmela Haus opened in 1971 as a private gallery. It's now part of the state museum and its angular grey pumice exterior is an architectural landmark.