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Short description of Cultural offer in and around Duisburg

The city of Duisburg, located on the western edge of the Ruhr area, combines industrial culture with the extensive green Rhein meadows of the Niederrhein. With almost 500,000 inhabitants, Duisburg is the third largest city in the Ruhrgebiet. This industrial city is the largest inland port in Europe. Since the RUHR.2010, project for the European Capital of Culture, more and more interesting landmarks, former collieries, company premises and dumps have become attractive leisure destinations in the Ruhr Metropolis. The cultural offer is constantly expanding. Start your discovery tour directly from our hotel.

In the Duisburg-Nord landscape park, industrial culture,
nature and a fascinating light spectacle combine to form a unique park landscape.
The Landschaftspark Duisburg-Nord is an approximately 180-hectare landscape park
around a decommissioned steelworks in Duisburg-Meiderich, which was built as part
of the international building exhibition emscher park.
The landscape park is one of the anchor points of the european route of industrial
heritage and the route of industrial heritage in the ruhr area. This is how industrial culture goes: Where once people used to do hard work,
celebrate, climb, dive, today, more than one million visitors travel every year.
A decommissioned steelworks became a big city oasis.


Landscape Park Duisburg

6,9 km

Art museums

8,4 km
6,4 km

For art lovers, the city of Duisburg has two museums. The Küppersmühle Museum of Modern Art and the Lehmbruck Museum with its sculpture park are located right in the city center. Based on the work of Wilhelm Lehmbruck, the Lehmbruck Museum meets primitivism and cubism, abstraction and expressionism, constructivism and minimalism. The Museum Küppersmühle, located directly in the lively Duisburg  harbor, is one of Germany’s largest private museums.


The center of Duisburg with the three shopping centers and changing offers such as the Matjes festival, wine festival, Christmas market or the medieval craft market makes the hearts of shopping friends beat faster.

For an extensive shopping tour, visit the CentrO in Oberhausen.



5,9 km
5,7 km

18,5 km

8,2 km

Zoo Duisburg

13,2 km

Duisburg Zoo

The Duisburg Zoo is one of the largest zoos in Germany. The highlights of your visit to the zoo will certainly be the Koalas, the Lemursinsel and the Chinese Garden. In the Zoo Duisburg, children have the opportunity to get to know the animal world in an exciting way with a wide range of activities. During a night safari, when visiting the zoo school and many other children’s actions, the eyes of young animal lovers begin to shine. There is plenty of room to run around: various playgrounds invite you to climb like a monkey or dig like a meerkat – and have lots of fun !.