Welcome to this energetic city with theatres, art museums, shopping districts and amazing wonders to behold! Not only do business travelers find themselves in Duesseldorf for its many corporate headquarters, but shoppers enjoy outlet centers and upscale retail shops alike, and culture seekers access a variety of entertaining delights including art, music and theatrical shows.
Make sure you visit Old Town Duesseldorf for a taste of authentic Altbier of the old style and a glimpse of street performers. Walk the Rhine Promenade or scale Rheinturm for immaculate views of the city and the river. Following is just a sampling of exciting things to see and do in Duesseldorf near the Wyndham Garden Duesseldorf City Centre Koenigsallee hotel.
Arts & Cultural
Set in a historic building, over 100 years old, the Capital Theatre is the largest theatre in Duesseldorf. Popular productions here include musicals, musical parodies, concerts and more.
As a communal arts collection, Museum Kunstpalast is a Duesseldorf treasure. A monolithic structure, the museum houses objects of fine art from Classical antiquity to modern day, including drawings, sculptures, photographs and others.
Points of Interest
Operating as both a zoo and a natural history museum, Aquazoo is an urban sanctuary for 250,000 mollusks, 650,000 exhibits of insects, 8,500 eggshells, and 75,000 geoscientific exhibits. Fossil exhibit, aquarium, and penguin habitat are just of a few of the exhibits more than 400,000 people visit each year at Aquazoo.
Duesseldorf Exhibition Centre
Operated by Duesseldorf Messe, exhibition space in Duesseldorf has topped 306,000 sqm, with more than 262,000 sqm indoors. For years, Duesseldorf has been a European centre for trade shows and trade fairs. Visit the Duesseldorf Exhibition Centre for media, wine, hotel, shoe and other trade fair extravaganzas.
Old Town Duesseldorf
Old Town is a lively spot, prime for beer tasting, dining and walking the streets of old. The market operates with vendors in baroque costumes, and one can occasionally spot the iconic cartwheeling boy here. Pop into pubs, restaurants, cafes and coffee shops for essential German cuisine, especially the sweet delicacies popular throughout this historic country.
Duesseldorf's Rhine embankment promenade is one of the most beautiful sites in all of Europe. The promenade links Old Town Duesseldorf to the modern MedienHafen. Lined by cafes and bars, it is an ideal place to spend a lunch break or even an entire day.
Iconic along the Duesseldorf skyline, this telecommunications tower with observation deck boasts breathtaking panoramic views of the Rhine River and Duesseldorf city. The observation deck is open daily from 10:00 to 23:30, just 1.5 km from the Wyndham Garden Duesseldorf City Centre Koenigsallee business hotel.
Esprit Outlet Center
Worth a 20-minute trek, find fantastic deals on Esprit merchandise at this accessible outlet shopping center.
The King's Avenue is an urban boulevard with a landscaped canal at its centre. It is a popular destination for shoppers looking to splurge in decadent fashion showrooms and luxury boutique retail stores. The upscale Wyndham Garden Duesseldorf City Centre Koenigsallee hotel is conveniently located less than 1 km from "Koe," as the locals call it for short.
Sports & Entertainment
Roncalli's Apollo Variety Theatre
Enjoy dinner and a show at this family-friendly dinner theatre with bar on Apolloplatz. Acrobats, mimes, jugglers and other unusual entertainers of the Vaudeville variety provide amusements that are sure to delight and bemuse viewers.
- Accenture - Deutschland
- Ernst & Young
- Bird & Bird
- The Luther Law Firm mbH
- PricewaterhouseCoopers AG
- Air Liquide - Deutschland
- ERGO Insurance Group
- E. ON SE
- Mitsubishi International GmbH
- A.T. Kearney GmbH
- Deutsche Telekom
- Deloitte & Touche GmbH
- Peek & Cloppenburg
- Roland Berger
- Boston Consulting Group