What's in it for you?
You can have your say and make your voice heard at the Info Hub. Tell us what you expect from the European Union and how you think the European Parliament can deliver.
The Info Hub has put a vast array of resources and stimulating interactive activities at your disposal to stimulate your curiosity: open access research materials, a virtual reality experience to immerse yourself in the work of an MEP, as well as talks, events and exhibitions.
With an ever-evolving programme, you can come back time and time again to discover something new or to learn about something else in more detail.
There is a wide range of activities for you to enjoy, enabling you to learn more about how MEPs work to improve your everyday life.
This includes topical talks with policy experts that allow you to gain knowledge and insights. Does your group want to know more on a specific issue? Let us know and we can put together a tailor-made information session for you.
The Info Hub also hosts civil society meetings regularly that are a great opportunity to make your voice heard.
You can broaden your horizons by joining our film screenings, book launches and exhibitions.
Check out the “Library Corner” featuring a selection of books on matters related to the European Union.
View part of the European Parliament Contemporary Art Collection during your visit, Jens Galschiøt’s, Man on a Bench, sculpture is permanently on display at the Info Hub
You can even commemorate your visit to the Info Hub; take a photo in the photo booth to keep a souvenir of your visit.
How to join events at the Info Hub?
From talks to film screenings, press conferences, civil society meetings, new events are constantly added to the agenda. Be sure to check out the programme at the bottom of the page, or on the Info Hub events platform to find one that interests you.
Have a question?
Ask our friendly staff and they will help you find your way around the Info Hub, or the European Parliament campus.
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Closed the 1 January, 1 May, 1 November, 24, 25 and 31 December.
The Info Hub is fully accessible for visitors with reduced mobility, staff are on hand to provide assistance. Should you require help, please contact the Info Hub in advance of your visit.
The Info Hub will become a true “Election Hub”, so that citizens can be as well informed as possible before you step into the voting booth next June for the European elections 2024.
The Info Hub is creating an “Election Experience”. It will allow you to choose what your EU policy priorities are, find out how they are being addressed via the “What Europe Does for Me” platform and learn how decisions taken by MEPs are making the EU a better place to live.
If you have ever wondered what a typical day looks like for an MEP, we have virtual reality glasses that will allow you to try the ‘Be an MEP’ experience and learn more about how the decision-making process works at the European Parliament.
The Info Hub is a forum that is open to all. Come meet other Europeans, hear their stories and have your say on Europe in the “Citizens’ Voices” section of our facility.
The Election Experience concludes with an invitation to put forward your aspirations and ideas, joining other Europeans in having a direct say in determining the course of the democracy in the EU.
Your voice, your vote, your engagement are key to defending and protecting the democratic principles and values that underpin our way of life.
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How to get there
The nearest stops are Maelbeek and Schuman on lines 1 and 5, and Trone on lines 2 and 6.
Lines 22, 27, 34, 38, 64, 80 and 95 all stop at the European Parliament. Lines 12 and 21 also connect to Brussels Airport. The Zweig entrance in Rue D'Ardenne allows for pick-up and drop-off by bus and for visitors to get their bearings before starting the visit.
Brussels-Luxembourg serves the European Parliament.