Welcome to the European Heritage Hub,​

where cultural heritage connects

Welcome to the
European Heritage Hub,​

where cultural heritage connects

The European Heritage Hub is an EU funded pilot project bringing together heritage stakeholders and initiatives across Europe to support the transition towards a more sustainable, digital and inclusive society. The project will run for an initial two-year period from May 2023 to April 2025.

Learn more about the Hub

Our Mission

As a permanent knowledge, networking and advocacy platform for cultural heritage, the Hub aims to:

Foster synergies and cooperation between existing heritage actors and initiatives

Advocate for holistic policies and more structured coordination at all governance levels

Connect the heritage world with citizens and local communities

Our Mission

As a permanent knowledge, networking and advocacy platform for cultural heritage, the Hub aims to:

Foster synergies and cooperation between existing heritage actors and initiatives

Advocate for holistic policies and more structured coordination at all governance levels

Connect the heritage world with citizens and local communities
2024
23
May

Online Conference on the Cleveland Pools

18:30 – 19:30 CET
Online
2024
24
May

Bridging Cultures: Moving Towards New Perspectives in Museums

09:30 – 16:30 CET
Paris, France, & online
2024
24
May

FRH online meeting on the protection of Turkey’s abandoned religious heritage

12:00 – 13:00 CET
Online

Hub Partners

The European Heritage Hub is run by a consortium of 20 partners led by Europa Nostra. From heritage institutions and civil society organisations to universities and historic cities, the Hub gathers a wide array of expertise and experience covering the whole of Europe. The project is funded by the European Union.

Hub Partners

The European Heritage Hub is formed by a consortium of 20 partners led by Europa Nostra. From museums, cities and civil society organisations active in the field of cultural heritage to sustainability, digitalisation or music, the Hub gathers a wide array of expertise covering the whole of Europe. The project is funded by the European Union.

Get involved

There are a number of ways you can engage with the European Heritage Hub:

1. Join the European Heritage Hub Community

2. Support our advocacy efforts

3. Connect with our programme development lab

4. Support the Hub financially

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We're proud to join the Wuppertal Call, with 61 fellow organisations 🤝 Adopted by @CemCentre Network of Houses & Museums of European Musicians, it calls on all European citizens to use their vote during the #EUElections in support of culture & unity 🎼🗳️ https://www.europanostra.org/europa-nostra-joins-wuppertal-call-urging-european-citizens-to-use-their-votes-in-support-of-culture-and-unity/

Reminder 💡 Today is the last day to apply to the Hub’s first peer-learning visit, taking place from 8-10 July in Glasgow 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁳󠁣󠁴󠁿

We’re looking for 20 city representatives & #heritage professionals to take part. Will you join us? 👉 https://www.europeanheritagehub.eu/join-the-hubs-summer-peer-learning-visit-to-glasgow-and-learn-about-local-solutions-for-sustainable-cultural-heritage/ @GlasgowCC @LordProvostGCC

Today we put a spotlight on Elif Aydın 💡 Urban Planner & #CulturalHeritage Specialist, intern at @HerkulKuLeuven, a co-beneficiary #HubPartner 🤝

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Stay Tuned

Soon available on the European Heritage Hub website:

Social
Forum

Stay Tuned

Soon available on the European Heritage Hub website:

Social Forum

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