Julia Stoschek Collection

Wow! Large, flickering, colorful, simple, dark - when we visited the Julia Stoschek Collection for the first time, we were overwhelmed. A constantly changing world of video art! Projected onto large screens with projectors or on small TVs. Experimental, different. All in an old, impressive industrial building from 1907. The Julia Stoschek Collection is definitely one of the insider tips for Düsseldorf. However, only if you are not familiar with the art scene anyway. Because Julia Stoschek has long made a name for herself as an art collector beyond the borders of Duesseldorf. And not just because she has a second showroom in Berlin.

What and when

The Julia Stoschek Collection - JSC for short - has a permanent exhibition and also constantly changing artists. You can find out what's on at the JSC website:
The JSC is always open on Sundays from 11am to 6pm. There are rearrangement phases in summer, so make sure to check beforehand whether the JSC is really open.

For whom is the visit worthwhile?

For everyone interested in art - especially for those who love video art. If you are in Duesseldorf for a long weekend, you should save around two hours on Sunday. The JSC is in Duesseldorf-Oberkassel - a noble district with many houses from the Wilhelminian era. It is not far from here to Alter Bahnhof on Belsenplatz, a typical Duesseldorf brewery. Two train stations further - at Luegplatz - you can get out, walk along the Rhine and have a good view of Duesseldorf's old town.


The JSC Duesseldorf is suitable for visiting with a wheelchair. There is an elevator between the exhibition floors that can be used when accompanied by the service staff.

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JSC Duesseldorf
Schanzenstraße 54
40549 Düsseldorf

The entrance is behind the open gate on the right hand side

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Subway / Tram: U70, U74, U75, U76, U77 (Stop Belsenplatz)
Bus: 805, 828, 834, 835, 836, M3 (Stop Belsenplatz)

5 minutes walk

Opening Hours

sundays, 11am - 6pm


No admission

Guided tours

German-speaking tours of the current exhibitions take place every 14 days on Sundays at 12 noon (duration: 90 minutes). Only after registration via the website.
Costs: 10 euros per person. Free for children and adolescents up to the age of 18, pupils, students and trainees.

Special tours (German and English)

During opening hours: Costs: 10 euros per person for groups of 10–25 people.
Outside opening hours: Costs: 20 euros per person for groups of 10–25 people.
If you want to book a special tour, you must write an email in advance with the desired date and group size to

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