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The House of European History is a place for all. It informs, it challenges, it reflects, but most of all it allows you to ask questions. Our exhibition galleries, interpretative devices, hands-on spaces, programmes and events are devised in such a way that you can delve into aspects of European history at whatever level you wish. The learning offer of the museum takes a trans-European viewpoint that explores the historical memories, diverse experiences and common ground of the peoples of Europe and how these relate to present day. 

The House of European History is a museum for everyone. Working together with diverse groups and communities is a vital aspect of the museum's activities. We aim to reach out to extraordinary people both near and far through tailored visits and specific programs. Do not hesitate to send us your specific requests and we will do our utmost to make our museum accessible to you.

Boy and mother visiting museum touching interactive screen


Discover the museum's offer for your family. We provide programmes for children aged 8-12 and their carers.


See our projects for communities and hard-to-reach audiences at national and international level.