Dusseldorf is interesting in that there is an eclectic mix of history and modernism that both co-habit this city. From street art to futuristic displays, there are some great Instagrammable places in Dusseldorf that you need to check out.
Here are the seven most Instagrammable places in Dusseldorf.
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If you’re a fan of graffiti and street art, you’ll find just that in Kiefernstrasse. The street art is located in this quiet and abandoned industrial area and takes form in bright, colourful murals.
You need to check out the inspiring street art that really defines this industrial district.
K21 is a popular museum in Dusseldorf and the In Orbit exhibition is one of the coolest things to snap while you’re here. It consists of a web of steel mesh that is some 80 feet off the ground and allows people to traverse through it.
In Orbit is really a sight to see and is totally one of the coolest things for your ‘gram.
For more classic art lovers, you’ll really enjoy the collection at the Museum of Art. There really is just so much to see here and they focus on works of art from centuries ago and from a wide variety of famous artists.
From sculptures to fine art, there are over 70,000 pieces of art to document for your feed.
The Wheel of Vision is definitely one of the best things to capture for your Instagram in Dusseldorf. Capture your shot of this wheel after the sun has gone down when the wheel is full of bright lights in the dark sky.
Can you capture the perfect Instagram Boomerang of this wheel?
Built in 1770, Schloss Benrath is the place to go to for fantastic gardens and a pristine, pink-coloured exterior building. Once inside, you’ll be treated to more Instagrammable shots with rooms decorated with 18th century decor.
If there is one place you must visit in Dusseldorf for your Insta, let it be Schloss Benrath.
The Rhine Tower is one of the more photographed places in Dusseldorf because of its imposing presence in the middle of the city. On a bright sunny day, taking a picture of the Rhine Tower for your ‘Gram is as close to the perfect shot as possible.
You’ll definitely be able to find the Rhine Tower in Dusseldorf because of its size so snap away here!
The Clocks at Zeitfeld is a bit of a haunting display of old clocks from a train station that stands in a small field. Haunting or interesting, it’s definitely one of the more thought-provoking places to take pictures of here in Dusseldorf.
It’s all about finding the right angle here for your shot of the clocks at Zeitfeld.