Opened in 2011, it has received over 1.5 million visitors from Belgium and across Europe. It offers interactive multimedia displays allowing visitors to get closer to politicians and to find out what the EU has done for each country. Visitors can, for example, enjoy a 360- degree digital surround screen projecting the hemicycle, showing how decisions are taken by Members of the European Parliament (MEPs). It shows debates, votes being taken and the legislative process. It regularly hosts temporary exhibitions, such as an exhibition on women and war until 14 May 2017. For students aged 14-18, the Parlamentarium has a multimodal roleplaying game.