It is housed in the historic Ständehaus and is dedicated to art from the 21st century. Just a stone’s throw away across the Graf-Adolf-Platz is (5) Königsallee. The "Kö", as it is lovingly known, is not only a particularly stunning boulevard with the city moat, old trees and romantic bridges, but also the exclusive shopping mile. On the east side of the boulevard, luxury boutiques, galleries and shopping arcades display what is currently à la mode. From the Kö, we then head past the (6) Triton Fountains in the direction of (7) Carlsplatz, which attracts tons of people with its market stands and snack bars. From there, it is just a short distance to the Rhine. The (8) Film Museum is located on the right-hand side in Schulstraße, before the (9) Rhine promenade appears after another 50 metres. If you want to take a breather, this is the perfect place to do so. From the many cafés and bars, you have a clear view over the Rhine, the Oberkassel river bank – and the numerous passers-by. We follow the promenade to the right down the Rhine and reach the old (10) Schlossturm (Castle Tower), the only remains of Düsseldorf’s City Palace. Today, the building is home to the Schifffahrt-Museum (Maritime Museum).