Hetjens Museum- History Of Ceramic Art And Movie-makin

October 27, 2013 by Celine Prins

A short detour off the Rheinufer promenade takes you to the Hetjens Museum, known for its survey of 8000 years of ceramic art from around the world. An extension houses the Filmmuseum, which trains the spotlight on the technology, history and mystery of movie-making. The integrated Black Box art-house cinema presents retrospectives, rare flicks and silent movies with live organ accompaniment.

Address: Schulstrasse 4, Dusseldorf

Telephone number: +49 (0211) 8994210

Opening hours: Tue – Sun: 11-17, Wed: 11-19, Mon: closed

Website: http://www.duesseldorf.de/hetjens/

Tags: discoveries

Celine Prins Celine Prins is an international model that lived in major cities around the world like; Paris, Sydney, New-York, London and Barcelona just to name a few. Next to modeling she loves to be an entrepreneur and help out the community.


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