Parlamentarium Simone Veil and Jean Monnet House reopen
We’re ready to welcome you again in France! Visitors can now come and discover the Parlamentarium Simone Veil and an exhibition about the Louise Weiss building in the European Parliament in Strasbourg. Individual visits are possible on Wednesday afternoons, Fridays and Saturdays, no reservation necessary. Visit our website for the latest information. Meanwhile, just outside of Paris, in Bazoches-sur-Gayonne, visitors can once again discover the exhibition of the Jean Monnet House. In the house where Europe’s future was decided, visitors can follow in the footsteps of one of the architects of today’s European Union, and enjoy the peaceful green surroundings, seven days a week. Book your visit in advance and find out more online.
Opening of Europe Now at the House of European History
Discover a new section of the permanent exhibition: Europe Now, which focuses on the headlines of our time. Visitors can explore symbolic objects that highlight some of today’s key issues and enjoy interactive audio-visual installations to delve into the continent’s diversity. As the newest part of the permanent exhibition, it will be open at the weekends to individual visitors from 9 May. Please note that booking in advance is mandatory. More info here.
Learn more about the Conference on the Future of Europe with a tailored online talk
The Conference on the Future of Europe is a unique opportunity for European citizens to debate Europe’s challenges and priorities and get involved in shaping Europe’s future. Want to learn more about it and get involved? Groups can book an online EP talk and have their questions answered by European Parliament staff. Alternatively, students and young people can take part in an online European Youth Seminar, to debate pressing issues with fellow young Europeans and present their best ideas to an MEP. Find out why over 25.000 citizens have already taken part and book your online EP talk or a European Youth Seminar here.