Since May 6th the “House of European History” has been open to the public in Brussels on the initiative of the European Parliament. This museum is devoted to the past but also to the future and offers a chronological, transnational vision of “European integration”.
From myths and discoveries to the chaos and cohesion of the 20th century, the House of European History will take visitors on a journey along the path of Europe’s history and challenge them to contemplate its future.
The House of European History is located in the beautifully renovated Eastman Building in leafy Parc Léopold. Its exhibits are available in all 24 official European Union languages and entrance is free. Tailored resources are available for schools, families and groups, offering a fascinating experience for all.
Visitors are encouraged to think about the Europe of today, the status and position of the European Union, and the part that everyone can play in shaping Europe’s future.
A visit normally takes around 90 minutes.