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...
Across the square from K20, a Brutalist '60s cube houses the Kunsthalle, which hosts contemporary art shows. The bookstore is superb.
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...
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...
Andreasstrasse 27 · interesting places nearby
This early baroque church (it was built from 1622 to 1629) is drenched in fanciful white stucco. Six baroque saint sculptures from the original altar are integrated into the sanctuary. More religious art awaits in the treasury in the upstairs gallery. A great time to visit is for the free organ concert at 4.30pm on Sundays.