From the academic to the curious, the newly opened House of European History takes visitors on a journey through the myths, discoveries and chaos that have shaped today’s Europe.
Situated in leafy Parc Léopold, in a beautifully renovated art deco building, it is the perfect place to travel through centuries of European history. With the help of a multimedia tablet, you will see, hear, touch items coming from over 300 collections across Europe. The permanent exhibition provides a unique pan-European perspective that encourages you to take a critical look and reflect on Europe’s past.
For families, the museum offers “discovery spaces” on each floor packed with interactive, hands-on activities for children as of 6 years old.
Visits usually last around 90 minutes. Special visits and tailored resources for schools are also available.
Parc Léopold, open 7/7, free of charge, tablets available in the 24 EU languages, booking for groups of 10+ several weeks in advance, 90 mins