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This was a great way to spend a few hours on a Sunday afternoon. Floors upon floors of interesting boat related information. The highlight for me would have to be the floor with the cinema screens and authentic information films in both English and German...More
The recently renovated shipping museum is well worth a visit as it has many interactive attractions as well as traditional exhibits. On the top floor there is a small café, which is uncomfortable in terms of furnishings, but offers a nice view. The museum is...More
I really enjoyed this museum, we had aimed to see it it wasn’t just an excuse to dodge the rain. It starts at the lower levels and tells you about the river itself and the changes in usage and marine life. Up through the life...More
Schifffahrtmuseum is one of the oldest shipping museums in Germany. The museum is situated inside Schlossturm, on the shore of the Rhine.
It houses a lot of boat models, and other interesting artifacts - in connection with the shipping and the Rhine.
I think, if...More
I wasn't expecting much from this little museum inside the last tower on the Rhine in Dusseldorf, but it turned out to be a nice and informative surprise! The exhibitions make great use of the limited space and even with other people inside. There's also...More
The museum itself is very interesting. The view from the last floor is great, we can see all the river side. The coffee and cakes are delicious and cheap. The museum has a few simulators, we can experience driving a boat.
The Schifffahrtmuseum specializes on the history of ship using the River Rhine. I first walked along the promenade watching the ships and then entered the museum- reverse order would have been better. Detailed models of ships. Multistory building. Professional and knowledgeable staff. History lovers and...More
A beautiful building
A beautiful location
A beautiful surrounding
A beautiful content
You can admire three of these without even entering the building. Should most defiantly be on the list of things to do in Düsseldorf.
Our initial reason for visiting was to have a coffee in the café on the top floor where we hoped we could watch the boats on the river. However this was the most disappointing part of the visit. It was not easy to view the...More