Info Hub 

Info Hub

Brussels
Info Hub

Dive deeper into the world of the European Parliament with topical events, thought-provoking exhibitions and research material at the Info Hub.

Group size Minimum 15 to maximum 100 people
Languages available during the activity 24

Info Hub

Brussels
Info Hub
15-100
24

In the heart of the European Quarter, on the Esplanade Solidarność 1980, you can explore open access research material, attend regular policy talks and civil society events, and challenge your thinking at the Info Hub’s temporary exhibitions. With a constantly changing programme, you can come back time and time again to discover something new or understand something with greater depth.

Got a question? Ask our friendly staff and they will help you find your way around the Info Hub, or the European Parliament campus.

Interested in a specific topic? Attend policy talks, with your European Parliament policy experts, ask your questions, and get the facts, analysis, and insights. Policy talks are given in English but questions can be taken in other EU languages depending on the expert. Bring your coffee and join us on Thursdays from 12:00 to 12:45. Have a look at the programme of upcoming policy talks (PDF).

What’s happening soon? From talks to film screenings, press conferences, civil society meetings, new events are constantly being added so be sure to check out the programme at the bottom of the page or on the events platform and find the one that interests you. 

Opening hours

Monday − Friday Saturday − Sunday
9:00-18:00 10:00-18:00
Monday − Friday
9:00-18:00
Saturday − Sunday
10:00-18:00

Closed the 1 January, 1 May, 1 November, 24, 25 and 31 December.

Accessibility

For visitors with reduced mobility, the Info Hub offers full wheelchair access, and staff is on hand to provide assistance. If you have a specific need, please contact info-hub@europarl.europa.eu and the best will be done to accommodate you. 

What to do in the Info Hub

Catch up on the latest news from the European Parliament, or dive deeper into research on pressing policy issues and discover topical exhibitions about some of the most important issues of our time. 

Find out how the European Union impacts your life with the “What Europe does for me?” content or browse through publications from the European Parliamentary Research Service

Meet other Europeans, hear their stories and have your say on Europe in the Citizens’ Voices corner, and take a photo in our photo booth to receive a souvenir of your visit. 

While  you sit and work, or hold small informal meetings, contemplate Jens Galschiøt’s Man on a Bench, from the European Parliament Contemporary Art Collection.  

ICONIC - Temporary exhibition

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ICONIC defending freedom and democracy since 1955

To mark the opening of the Info Hub, the first exhibition will be organised in collaboration with the renowned World Press Photo Foundation. This independent, non-profit organisation provides a variety of perspectives from all corners of the globe through the medium of photojournalism. Each year, the Foundation awards works that present courageous stories, invaluable insights, and a diversity of interpretations.

The ICONIC exhibition, curated especially for the European Parliament, showcases a selection of previous winners of the “World Press Photo of the Year”. The six-month exhibition will be complemented by a side programme of events revolving around press freedom, freedom of expression and safety for journalists. The side programme will feature guided tours, talks and panel discussions with previous winners. The ICONIC exhibition will run until mid-January 2023.

 

ICONIC guided tours:

These tours are provided by welcome staff to give visitors an introduction to the exhibition and the photographs on display.

  • In German on Wednesdays at 11:00
  • In French on Thursdays at 15:00
  • In English on Fridays at 11:00
  • In Dutch on Saturdays at 11:00
Map
 

Info Hub

Esplanade Solidarność 1980
B-1050 Brussels
Belgium
+32 2 28 48077

Contact

How to get there

The nearest stops are Maelbeek and Schuman on lines 1 and 5, and Trone on lines 2 and 6.

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