Housed in the original building of the Brussels-Luxembourg train station, Station Europe perfectly bridges the area’s past as the Leopold Quarter and its modern role as the home of European democracy, and has something to offer for all ages.
See the European Parliament come alive with an augmented reality model of the campus. Or improve your knowledge of how European Union investment and policies impact your country, region or city with what-Europe-does-for-me.eu on touchscreen tables. You can even peer into the past with peephole dioramas and see the European Parliament from different angles, at different times in its life.
Station Europe is also your gateway to Brussels with visit.brussels on hand to give you a taste of everything else there is to do in the Belgian capital.
|Monday − Friday||Saturday − Sunday|
|9:00 − 18:00||10:00 − 18:00|
Closed the 1 January, 1 May, 1 November, 24, 25 and 31 December.
Please read the following measures so that you have a safe visit (Updated: 23/06/20):
- You will only be admitted if there is sufficient space inside.
- Max. 10 people can visit together.
- Please bring your own face mask.
- You might have a temperature check at the entrance and not be allowed to enter if your temperature is above 37.7°C.
- Visits follow a path and some parts of the exhibition are closed.
- You must keep 1.5m from other visitors.
- Normal opening hours apply.
Brussels-Luxembourg serves the European Parliament
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.
The nearest stops are Maelbeek and Schuman on lines 1 and 5, and Trone on lines 2 and 6.
Visitors to the European Parliament in Brussels can now leave their car in the car park, by sending the booking request at least one working day in advance of a visit.