The central staircase is dominated by a 25-metre high metal installation, a swirling vortex, from which various quotations lead to the exhibition spaces. This installation represents the dynamism of European history and its ever-changing interpretations....Read more
On the 100 year anniversary of the October Revolution, curators from the House of European History explain the background context to this event, and how it is portrayed in our museum.Read more
The HEH team interviewed Constanze Itzel, project leader of the first temporary exhibition...Read more
The House of European History is proud of having recently joined the worldwide community of museums.Read more
Everyone knows that children have a way of being disarmingly honest....Read more
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