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Kid drawing during Family days

Family Days

17 Nov 2019 (10:30 - 18:00)

On the occasion of ‘Family Days’, the House of European History invites you to take part in a host of activities! Come and travel through time in our special photo studio or take part in 3D and augmented reality workshops to make amazing creations yourself. Or have a last dance to the tune of your old LP. Bring your newly created accessories along to the 1960s closing party!


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Tuesday lunch tours at the House of European History

19 Nov 2019 (12:15 - 13:00)
Young adults

The House of European History offers an engaging and thought-provoking journey through European history. Dive into it over lunchtime and discover the new permanent and temporary exhibitions. A guide will lead you to some objects that reveal the processes and phenomena that have shaped the...

Lecture by Jay Winter: “The Day the Great War ended: 24 July 1923”

28 Nov 2019 (18:30 - 20:30)
Young adults

Renowned historian and author Professor Jay Winter, a leading expert on the First World War, will show how the last of the Treaties ending the hostilities encompassing the Great War, signed at Lausanne on 23 July 1923, marked a turning point in the nature of war. He will show how ending war in 1923 contained within it the seeds of the conflict to come 16 years later.

Conversations on Restless Youth: “Talking about our generations” - Part II

5 Dec 2019 (18:00 - 20:30)
Young adults

Meet the authors of the publication, the curators and the educator of the “Restless Youth” temporary exhibition! Instead of a traditional panel debate, this time we invite the audience to take part in informal and intimate conversations in the museum’s galleries, in direct connection with the exhibition itself.