Friday, 16 February (Opening of all exhibitions & special projects):
Saturday, 17 February (Long Night of Photography):
Sunday, 18 February – Sunday, 25 February:
18pm – 21pm
11am – 2am
11am – 18pm
Festival ticket: admission to all photo exhibitions – price € 9,80
Festivalticket Plus: admission to all photo exhibitions as well as all other exhibitions and collections of the participating institutions* – price € 19.80
Participating museums & institutions: NRW-Forum Düsseldorf, Museum Kunstpalast, K21, Philara Collection, Stiftung Schloss und Park Benrath, Museum Ratingen, Akademie-Galerie, Alte Kämmerei. Festival tickets can be purchased at all these institutions.
The festival ticket does not include the film programme of the Black Box/Filmmuseum, Bambi Kino and the festival party “Duesseldorf Photo Night”.
The festival ticket is valid for the entire duration of the festival, from 16-25 February 2018, and entitles you to a one-time visit to the respective exhibition. Free admission: Düsseldorf Art Card
Public guided tours take place on February 17,18,24 and 25th february, 12 noon and 4pm. There are guided tours through the galleries and project rooms of the festival for the areas: Old town, Bilk and Flingern. Duration: approx. 2 hours. Costs per participant: 5€ (collected at the beginning of the tour.) Maximum number of participants: 30, if you are interested please register with Bernadette Färber, e-mail: vermittlung(at)nrw-forum.de, Tel.: 0211-8926678
Locations – Old town:
Locations – Bilk:
Locations – Flingern:
Book guided tours directly here:
The more than 50 locations of the festival are spread all over the city. The central spot is the NRW-Forum Düsseldorf, Ehrenhof 2, 40479 Düsseldorf. At this site you will also find an information point.
Arrival by public transport
Düsseldorf is connected to all major cities in Germany and Europe via IC, ICE and EC connections. From Düsseldorf main station it is a 5-minute drive by underground 70,74,75,76,77 to the station Tonhalle/Ehrenhof.
Arrival by car / bus
Follow signs to Kulturzentrum Ehrenhof.
Approach from the south: Coming from Völklinger Straße, drive into the Rheinufertunnel. Approx. 200 metres after the tunnel exit turn right behind the NRW-Forum/Museum Kunstpalast (signposted Uniper/Victoria multi-storey car park).
Approach from the airport: At Kennedydamm via Homberger Straße in the direction of Altstadt / Rheinufer into Cecilienallee via Joseph-Beuys-Ufer to the parking lot Rheinterrassen / Unteres Werft.
Coming from the northern feeder road: Heinrich-Erhard-Straße to the intersection Kennedydamm, then turn left onto Kennedydamm. At Kennedydamm via Homberger Straße in the direction of Altstadt / Rheinufer into Cecilienallee via Joseph-Beuys-Ufer to the parking lot Rheinterrassen / Unteres Werft.
Coming from Neuss: Take the A 52, pass the Theodor-Heuss bridge and drive immediately onto Kennedydamm. At Kennedydamm via Homberger Straße in the direction of Altstadt / Rheinufer into Cecilienallee via Joseph-Beuys-Ufer to the parking lot Rheinterrassen / Unteres Werft.
Parking lot “Unteres Werft” on the banks of the Rhine (Robert-Lehr-Ufer, 40474 Düsseldorf) (parking also for buses). Parking fees: per 30 minutes or part thereof: 0,70€, daily maximum: 8€. Packages: 18 – 6 o’ clock: 3€, Su and holidays 8 – 18 o’ clock: 3€ for 4 hours
Parking garage Uniper. Access road opposite the Rhine terraces. Mon – Fri from 18 o’ clock- 01 o’ clock, weekend all day useable. Direct underground access to the Robert Schumann Hall and Museum Kunstpalast.
Parking garage of Ergo Versicherungen. Access road opposite the Rhine terraces. Mon – Fri from 6 pm – 1 am, weekend 24 hours.