There were once animals to be seen at the Zoopark. However, this came to an arduous end after the bombings in World War II. Following this, no more animals were supplied. The park is situated directly behind the ice rink. The main attraction here is a sculpture by Kurt-Wolf von Borries of a bronze naked man lying down. The street and square are named after the founding father of the park, Alfred Brehm. The impressive stock of trees at the park make a visit more than worthwhile.
Parks, Gardens & Cemeteries
- Nearest Train: Dusseldorf Zoo