Welcome

As a participative museum the city museum of Düsseldorf (simply called Stadtmuseum) is your platform for the design of urban processes. Starting from the important European collections of prehistory and early history you can not only become observers, but also discussants, researchers and designers of your own city. The team of the Stadtmuseum, the Friends of the Stadtmuseum Düsseldorf (registered association), the Association of German Architects, BDA Düsseldorf, the Keyworkers and other partners present a rich program connected to the collections of art, applied arts, archeology, photography and fashion. Visit the Stadtmuseum and enjoy our services.

An inspiring time wishes

Dr. Susanne Anna
Director

Plan your visit!

Address/Contact:

Stadtmuseum Düsseldorf
Berger Allee 2
40213 Düsseldorf

Telephone: +49 211 - 8996172 (Desk)

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Contact for further requests: +49 211 - 8996172 (Ms. Svenja Wilken / head of department)
svenja.wilken@duesseldorf.de

Opening hours

Tuesday til Sunday
11 a.m. – 6 p.m.

Closed
Carneval, Easter Monday, Whit Monday, Christmas Eve, Christmas Day, New Year's Eve, New Year

Admission

General Admission:
4 Euro

Discounted Admission:
2 Euro (students, handicapped persons, Groups (per person) starting from 10 persons)

FREE Admission:

  • children und teenagers (up to 18 years of age)
  • Happy Hour: Free admission one hour before closing time daily!
  • Every Sunday: during the entire opening time!

The admission includes the presentation of our collections and our special exhibitions.

Guided tour

Please contact us for guided tours through the Museum and the city in English: +49 211 - 8996172 (Ms. Svenja Wilken / head of department), svenja.wilken@duesseldorf.de

Examples:

  • A short tour through the history of Düsseldorf
  • Famous women in the history of Düsseldorf
  • Düsseldorf in the Middle Ages (including a short tour through the inner city of Düsseldorf)
  • Henry VIII, Anne of Cleves and Düsseldorf

General accessibility

Nearly all public areas of the museum are fully accessible for wheelchair users and visitors with mobility difficulties:

  • There are fully accessible toilets on the groundfloor of the Museum
  • We have a lift, giving access to the presentation of the collections and the Special exhibitions
  • A Wheelchair and a rollator are available to borrow during your visit
  • Folding seats are available to borrow at any time
  • Assistance/Access guide dogs are welcome in all areas of the museum
  • Helping Hosts: A friendly member of the museum’s Visitor Services team will be available to accompany you on your visit in the Stadtmuseum

Please just ask at the frontdesk or contact us: +49 211 - 8996172 (Ms. Svenja Wilken / head of department), svenja.wilken@duesseldorf.de

Getting here

Public transport
Station: Benrather Straße
Underground U71, U 72, U 73, U83

Station: Heinrich-Heine-Allee
Underground U 70, U 71, U 72, U 73, U 74, U 75, U 76, U 77, U 78, U79, U 83

Station: Maxplatz (Maxkirche)
Bus 726