The state capital of North Rhine-Westphalia is located in the northern Rhineland and, as the name of the region suggests, directly on the Rhine. In addition to one of the world's most famous shopping streets, Königsallee, better known as Kö, families with small children also get their money's worth here. Whether it's for a spontaneous day trip or a city trip over a long weekend, at toddgo you can rent a child carrier, a baby carrier and a child seat on-site and save yourself the stress of carrying your luggage.
When the weather is fine, one of the most obvious ways to spend a nice lunch is to take a stroll along the banks of the Rhine. In between you can enjoy a delicious ice cream or take a break in a cosy café. You can rent a suitable pram for this from us.
If you would like to hike a bit more extensively, we recommend a trip to the well-known Neanderthal. In addition to a museum dedicated to the Neanderthal, there are really beautiful hiking routes here. It is also possible to get there by public transport, but depending on the planned hiking route, it is advisable to travel by car. Do you need a child seat? No problem! You can also book this seat, as well as a child carrier, comfortably via toddgo and pick it up at one of our partners in Düsseldorf.
Last but not least, there are three beautiful, family-friendly amusement parks in the region (Heerdt, Niederheid and Reisholz), all of which offer numerous opportunities for children to play. There are a total of 451 public playgrounds in Düsseldorf, of which 21 are forest playgrounds. When the weather is fine, there is always a place to play.
Even in the beautiful Rhineland it rains from time to time. But don't worry, even in bad weather you can prepare the children a nice day in Düsseldorf. One possibility here is the Aqua Zoo, where the little ones can get to know countless freshwater and sea creatures and admire them up close.
A funny puppet theatre performance can be enjoyed in the puppet theatre on Helmholtzstraße. Manuela and Thilo bring their handmade puppets to life and make the children laugh with every performance. The Deutsche Oper am Rhein also has a special family programme, for example with performances by Ronja Räubertochter or Hänsel und Gretel suitable for children.
For those who want less culture and more raving, the Ketteler Hof with its various indoor play worlds offers the opportunity.
Winter is also the time of Christmas markets in Düsseldorf. In the various districts of the city you will find a wide variety of markets, but all of them also offer activities for children and give them big eyes with their delicacies. There really should be something for every taste.