A real German icon. Today, it houses several of the city's important museums.
An exceptional palace.
This colossal palace is located in the outskirts of Düsseldorf. It is without a doubt the German city’s most majestic and emblematic building. Today, this monument is home to the Museum of Natural History, the Museum of European Garden History and the Corps de Logis. However, when it was erected in the 18th century, it was a recreational and hunting palace for the kings and rulers of the country. You can not only visit this impressive megalomaniac baroque work, but visit its enormous gardens that surround it, with its lake that is also part of the Rhine River. We recommend combining your visit with a visit to some of the museums, but there is no need to hurry, as you can also stroll through the gardens at night under the lights that illuminate them. A truly breath-taking experience.