House of European History
A new museum for Europe
The iconic Eastman building in Parc Léopold at the heart of the European quarter in Brussels has been renovated and extended to transform into the House of European History - a new museum telling the story of Europe and the European Union.
Barker Langham's specialist team of writers, historians, editors and linguists continue to work closely with the museum's curators, providing scriptwriting and editing services across the 24 languages of the European Union.
The museum opened in May 2017, with a permanent exhibition focusing on Europe in the 20th century and the history of European integration after the second world war.
Our team are currently working with the museum to develop an exciting new temporary exhibition, due to open in 2018.
Image by House of European History / European Union, 2019 – EP