Art collections that cover all eras and disciplines, along with a library and a theatre. Very impressive.
Oodles of art!
Next to the Rhine riverbank, at number 4, Ehrenhof Avenue, you will find this enormous estate that spans over 10,000 square metres. This is the Kunst Palast, housing one of the largest art exhibitions in Düsseldorf. This centre, just as we see it today, opened its doors in 2001 and combined the Museum of Art and the Palace of Art to form the Düsseldorf Museum Palace of Art. However, its collections have been compiled in both centres since the 18th century. These collections include paintings, sculptures, drawings and photographs that cover almost the entire history of Germany and the continent, from the classic period and the Middle Ages to the present day. Additionally, this centre boasts a library that exhibits a large handful of classical works, as well as a theatre with over 800 seats. If you would like to see the programme or check the museum’s visiting hours, visit their website: www.smkp.de/en.