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The city museum of Dusseldorf is located beside Orangerie street in the south part of the old city where the entrance fee is 4 Euros per adult and photography is not allowed. The museum is housed on three floors in an old stately building and...More
This museum has a great story to tell about Dusseldorf, but it doesn't tell it well. It is badly organized so the historical time flow is not always clear. There are many empty rooms with no evidence that they will ever be used.
Had a free pass with the Dusseldorf card. Went with my teenage daughter. It was really quiet with only one other visitor in the whole building which was a shame because we saw some really interesting things. We loved the medieval artifacts and paintings.
I visited the museum on a Friday in June, and enjoyed the outing. The museum was interesting, and I learned much about the city's history, from its beginning to today. The museum is a block east of the Rhein, and an easy walk to many...More
This museum is fairly large. It presents the city history in a chronological order, starting from prehistoric times. There are archeological findings, lots of paintings, and items like a carriage. I thought the anatomical models of a man and woman, for instructing nuns, were quite...More
Quite disappointing. It is boring and uninspiring , and is sure to disappoint an international visitor looking for a taste of German history. The rooms seem to be thrown together in a haphazard way , there is little or no video presentation or even graphics....More
went there because it's free entrance. I have dussorduff city pass. it's actually.not bad, but actually could be better if the.presentation could be better arranged. the story line runs with time, that I got it. but some part of history certainly deserves more intensive description....More