Permanent exhibition of the House of European History
Discover some of what you can see in the permanent exhibition of the House of European History. The six sections explore how history has shaped a sense of European memory and continues to influence our daily lives.
A glimpse into the Jean Monnet House Collection
Discover some of what you can see in the Jean Monnet House, home to one of the architects of the European Union. Learn about Jean Monnet’s work, vision and legacy, in this house that became a museum for all citizens.
There's so much to discover about the European Union! Have fun with this series of games and quizzes. There are games for different age groups and at different levels, and each game can be played at home or as part of a school lesson.
Spot the difference in your daily life
Spot the difference the European Union makes in your daily life with this fun online game. Compare scenes from daily life and discover 12 ways the European Union improves our lives.
Focus on Sciences Po in Strasbourg
Discover what it is like to spend a week as a student at Sciences Po in Strasbourg.
Watch Euroscola live
Follow the live debate: "United in solidarity! The European Parliament’s defence of Human Rights"
Louise Weiss: online exhibition
The online exhibition “Louise Weiss: a committed European” tells the story of a woman who, through her work as campaigner, journalist, writer and Parliamentarian, championed the European idea and made a significant impact on Europe.
Schuman Declaration online exhibition
Learn about the Schuman Declaration, from the problems facing Europe in 1950 to the man who lends his name to the historic statement. This online exhibition is a perfect explanation of why 9 May is Europe Day and the origins of the European Parliament.