KIT - Kunst im Tunnel
22 locals recommend ·
About this place
Kunst im Tunnel (KIT) ist ein unterirdisches Ausstellungshaus für zeitgenössische Kunst in Düsseldorf. Dabei handelt es sich um einen sogenannten Tunnelrestraum zwei Meter unterhalb der Rheinuferpromenade, der während des Baus des Rheinufertunnels entstand.
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More café than museum. Just sit and watch people and the rhine. At weekends small concerts with global music. Nice peaceful place where locals like to go.
A café and restaurant in a glass box, and underneath, a gallery for modern art built between 2 tunnels. I love this place on sunny days, sipping a drink at the knee of the Rhine and watching people. Friday night DJ and live music from time to time.
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“Düsseldorfs "Media Harbor" have a huge variety of restaurants posh bars and fantastic views from the hyatt hotel”
- 2 locals recommend
“It is a very small bistro/Café which is relatively unknow but has a beautiful location. Great for relaxed drinks in the evening.”
- 19 locals recommend
“The Art Collection of North Rhine-Westphalia is one of the important collection in Germany. It combines three exhibition venues: the K20 (Grabbeplatz 5), the K21 (Ständehausstraße 1) and the Schmela-Haus (Mutter-Ey-Straße 3). Art connoisseurs call the collection also the "Secret National Gallery". It includes works by renowned artists such as Paul Klee, Pablo Picasso, Henri Matisse, Piet Mondrian and many more.”
- 29 locals recommend
“Another one of those iconic bars, open very late. Can get very crowded but it really depends on when, where, how. Fantastic selection of magical cocktails. They used to have a Basilicum Sour, with fresh basil that I was in love with. Last time I was there it wasn't on the menu, but when I asked for it anyhow the bartender made it for me. Does it get any better than that? This is a secret spot to most tourists, but I believe most Düsseldorfers know about it. It's away from the normal bar area though so people rarely just "drop by", unless you are in the area for a completely different reason. ”
- 14 locals recommend