The Kunstpalast, formerly Kunstmuseum Düsseldorf is an art museum in Düsseldorf.
The roots of the museum go back around 300 years. In 1932, the collection of the Kunstakademie Düsseldorf (Academy of Art) was housed in the Kunstmuseum Düsseldorf. This included the exhibits given by the popular regent Jan Wellem, Duke of Palatinate, and his wife Anna Maria Luisa de' Medici, and some rich citizens of Düsseldorf. The Academy had been founded in 1710, its collection expanded in the 19th century by the collection of Lambert Krahe.
|Tuesday||11:00 AM – 6:00 PM|
|Wednesday||11:00 AM – 6:00 PM|
|Thursday||11:00 AM – 9:00 PM|
|Friday||11:00 AM – 6:00 PM|
|Saturday||11:00 AM – 6:00 PM|
|Sunday||11:00 AM – 6:00 PM|
Peter de Jager | Dec 14, 2017
This is one of the most gloomy and labyrinthine museum I have ever been. The collection is big but has only a few top pieces. There is a giant Rubens painting Venus und Adonis which is amazing. If you have the time there is something worthwhile to find there. The coffee shop is great.
Janet Mark | Nov 9, 2017
Wonderful! The Glass Museum was excellent too . Collections from ancient to modern were amazing. A must see if visiting Dusseldorf. Visited on a Thursday afternoon, early November, and barely anyone there. Made it a pleasurable experience feeling like you had the museum all to yourself. If using Dusseldorf card there's reduced admission charge.
Dinara Sultangulova | Dec 7, 2017
It's a very interesting place, where you can find a huge collection of masterpieces. Also there are temporary collections that also are very interesting.
Mandana BG | Dec 29, 2017
Beautiful museum, nice café. Fantastic collection of art.
David Watkins | Sep 2, 2017
Decent permanent collection from a wide period of history plus a small permanent contemporary collection and all the staff I dealt with were very nice.
Pieter Devillé | May 1, 2018
We only visit the Black and White exebition, which was a real experience. We especially liked the room with only one colour and the room in greyscale was worth the visit. They had a booklet which made the exposition interactive for children. We did not have time to visit the rest of the exposition. But we would certainly come back when we are back in Dusseldorf.
João Amado | Apr 15, 2018
The Rambrant room is impressive and also the Black and White temporary expo, specially the Grey room it really needs to be "felled", if you visit take your time there you can sit down for a bit an get immersed in this colour free atmosphere like if you were inside a black and white movie
Chung Chi | Jul 22, 2018
I have been visiting this place, few years back for the Wim Wenders photography exhibition, it was one of worst museum experience. First start with long queue and slow process ticket desk, there was no organize at the front desk at all. The exhibition hall was crowded like a Christmas market, the organizer just keep let people in without any control. The photo exhibition was the worst curated I have ever seen. The photos was just randomly put there, there was not organize at all. Museum collection is a joke. No reason to spend time or money there. P.S the gardening outside the museum is a joke too, lack of sense of beauty, vulgar.
Jörg Lütkemeier | Jul 8, 2018
Saw black and white there, extremely well curated exhibition. Been there before for Katharina Grosse and other exhibition and was never disappointed. Kunstpalast does colossal stuff.
Babs Bornsäter | Jul 21, 2018
I loved the permanent exhibition, and the building itself. I felt followed by the extreme amount of security staff though.
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