Visit the Düsseldorfer Schauspielhaus
This historical theater first began it’s life back in 1747. Later, King Wilhlem II of Prussia gave the theater to the city as a gift in 1818 after the defeat of Napoleon. The bombings during World War II damaged it beyond repair, but it was rebuilt and redesigned by architect Bernhard Pfau who used undulating lines to represent theater curtains.
Why is it bucket list worthy?
It is constructed very close to another odd building, the Three Section Tower, with an all glass exterior, creating a beautiful reflection of the theater.