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‘Art and History’ guided visits and creative workshops at the House of European History

Ürituse liik: 
Täiskasvanud, Noored, Pered
Ürituse keel: 
Dutch, English, French

As part of the 2019 Heritage Days, the House of European History is offering guided tours of the artworks featured in the museum’s permanent and temporary exhibitions. Visitors are also invited to take part in the creation of a collective work.

Guided tours:
Guided tours will give visitors the opportunity to see European history from a different perspective, offering a glimpse into Europeans’ experiences and emotions in previous centuries by introducing them to unique paintings and sculptures from different eras.

Tour timetable: The tours will be on Saturday 14 and Sunday 15 September at the following times:

11.00 - EN
12.00 - FR
13.00 - NL
14.00 - EN
15.00 - FR
16.00 - NL

There’s no need to book – just turn up at the museum information desk on the ground floor.

Departure point: Lobby of the House of European History, Parc Léopold, Rue Belliard 135, 1000 Brussels.

Do you know what connection the House of European History building has with photography? Did you take a look at the sculpture in the middle of the exhibitions? What colour is your history? Do you enjoy writing? Then visit our Fables Room and add to the appeal of the museum by making yourself part of it. Creation with KNEPH

The workshop will run non-stop between 10.00 and 17.00 on Saturday 14 and Sunday 15 September. No reservation necessary.

Where: Fables Room and reception area at the House of European History, Parc Léopold, Rue Belliard 135, 1000 Brussels.


The Hemicycle will hold special briefings on the role of culture in the European Union. The briefings will show how the European Union’s motto ‘United in diversity’ is put into practice with special briefings on the art collection of the European Parliament. You will also be able to see the Hemicycle, not normally open on weekends. No registration is needed.

The briefings on Saturday 14 September will be held between 10:00-17:00, every hour in Dutch, English, French and German.