Who are the people who have marked the history of Europe in Strasbourg? What is the difference between the work of the Council of Europe and that of the European Union? How many European institutions have their seat in Strasbourg? What is the Sakharov Prize awarded for? What is contained in the European Convention on Human Rights?
You’ll find answers to all these questions in the Lieu d’Europe’s permanent exhibition!
Free guided tour, with documents for our younger visitors available at reception.
Autant de questions dont les réponses sont à découvrir dans l’exposition permanente du Lieu d’Europe !
Visite commentée gratuite et documents pour les jeunes visiteurs disponibles à l’accueil.
The Daniel Riot discussion room, named after the eponymous European specialist and former chief editor of the local newspaper, the Dernières Nouvelles d’Alsace, hosts discussions, events, meetings and film projections.
The European Institutions Information Centre is part of the European Union’s Europe Direct information network. Its task is to provide information on Europe for the general public through brochures, exhibitions and special events. It also organises events in several languages for schoolchildren.
This former orangery hosts temporary exhibitions featuring, for example, photography, art or posters.
The park is open all through the year for people to walk around and chat or take in the statues, buildings and the 19th-century greenhouse. When the warm weather comes, it also hosts outdoor events, while tables are available for picnicking.