Icerink on Koenigsallee

When winter is coming, the locals of Duesseldorf grab their skates and go to Koenigsallee. From November to January there is a large ice rink on Corneliusplatz: the DEG Winterworld. Beginners and professionals race around the majestic fountain. If you are not a good skater, you can rent plastic animals and use them as skate help. Also skates can be rented as well.

Music is played via large speakers, and when the local icehockey Team Duesseldorfer EG is having a match - they Show the game  on a LED screen.

Next door is an alpine hut, where you can find Austrian specialties and freshly tapped Altbier. At the same time, the Christmas market will be running in the immediate vicinity until the end of December.

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40212 Duesseldorf

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Tram: 701, 705, 706 (Stop Schadowstraße)
Subway: U70, U71, U72, U73, U74, U75, U76, U77, U78, U79, U83 (Stop Heinrich-Heine-Allee)
Bus: 805, 817, NE3, NE4, NE7, SB50 (Stop Heinrich-Heine-Allee)

Opening Hours

Until January, 27th, 2019

Mondays - Thursdays 11am until 8pm
Fridays and Saturdays 11am - 9pm
Sundays 11am - 8pm

Dead Sunday (Totensonntag - German holiday) closed
December, 24th open from 11am - 4pm
December, 25th closed
December, 26th open from 11am - 9pm
Silvester open until 6pm
New Years Eve open from 11am - 8pm


Ticket valid all day: 7,50 Euro
5 day ticket: 30 Euro (5 × 1 day)
10 day ticket: 55 Euro (10 × 1 day)

Children (under 11 years)
Ticket valid all day: 5 Euro
5 day ticket: 20 Euro (5 × 1 day)
10 day ticket: 33 Euro (10 × 1 day)

Skate rental: 5 Euro

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Koenigsallee (german for Kings Alley) is Duesseldorfs most famous street.

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