News 2020-07-07T12:02:47+00:00

The Royal Palace of Gödöllő, winner of an European Heritage Award/ Europa Nostra Award 2020

With its project : « The Secret life of a Palace »,  the Royal Palace of Gödöllő is a winner of an European Heritage Award/ Europa Nostra Award 2020  in the category : Education Training and Awareness-Raising !!!
Support the Palace voting for the Public Choice Award until 1st September 2020 !!

Conference proceedings on preventive conservation on line !

The conference proceedings of the international symposium "Preventive Conservation in Historic-Houses and Palace-Museums: Assesment Methodologies and Applications" are now available for free on the website of the European Royal Residences Association (ARRE). Download the publication !

Call for Papers: The Perfumer: the evolution of a figure since the Renaissance

On January 28th and 29th 2021, the Palace of Versailles Research Centre will host the international symposium “The Perfumer: The evolution of a figure since the Renaissance”. To participate as

Europa Nostra Awards Ceremony 2019

It is in Paris, at the Théâtre du Chatelet, during the European Congress of Cultural Heritage that the 25 winners of the Europa Nostra 2019 Prize will be honored! 7 will receive a Grand Prix worth 10,000 euros and one of them will be awarded the Public Prize!

“A Place at the Royal Table” at the International Cultural Heritage Fair !

For the 25th International Cultural Heritage Fair, Europa Nostra proposes the conference “European Year of Cultural Heritage; impact and follow-up” on 26th September. It the opportunity for the Network to present its cultural project “A Place at the Royal Table”! Discover the program!

Continue the Journey in the European Gardens !

After the launch of the exhibition "A Journey in the Gardens of Europe, From André Le Nôtre to Henry James", under the patronage of the Network of European Royal Residences, let's continue the journey with the international symposium "The gardens in the Mirror of travelers: testimonies of the past and expeiences of the present"!  




Joana Amaral

Parques de Sintra-Monte da Lua, Portugal
Responsible for preventive conservation and storages

Joana Amaral

The Technical Meeting Open Storages at Wilanow was the best opportunity to exchange experiences, learn about other projects and share new information about the practical aspects of museum storages. Having the advantage of meeting colleagues personally allowed all the participants to strengthen some old contacts and build new ones. It was a treat to be guided to a visit at the visible storages by the team involved in the project. As a museum Professional I find these meetings very rewarding.


Danilo Forleo

Palace of Versailles, France
Head of EPICO programme

Danilo Forleo

Thanks to the Network, the preventive conservation team of the Palace of Versailles has succeeded to create links with other European Royal Residences. A partnership around the specific and common theme of preventive conservation of the collections in Historic Houses has  been developed: EPICO (European Protocole in Preventive Conservation). A synergy that pushed forward the research in this field, enhanced our debates by allowing us to meet 150 colleagues representing 16 countries in Europe at the international symposium in 2017.

Magdalena Lewna

The Royal Lazienki Museum in Warsaw, Poland
Head of Education Department

Magdalena Lewna

The 2017 Meeting held at the Royal Lazienki Museum was devoted to education, one of the pillars of  royal residences. 35 experts whose day-to-day tasks involve developing educational programmes, discussed modern education practices. The central theme was the role that we, the museum educators play in shaping the offer of modern cultural institutions, and how we cooperate with different departments. It was an amazing and inspiring meeting, and a good starting point to even closer and more concrete cooperation. We ought to take care for our relations, the flow of inspirations, competences and experiences between us, and put together a development programme based on our study visits, seminaries and online webinars.


Ian Tocher

Historic Royal Palaces, United Kingdom
Garden Nursery Manager

Ian Tocher

The visit (at Het Loo Paleis, in the frame of the Mobility Program) was good for strengthening links between the two palace’s garden departments. I think there could be the opportunity for further exchanges, as there are so many similarities between these two William and Mary gardens. I also discussed with the garden curator and head of education the exciting possibility of helping to organize a garden-related education workshop at Het Loo in the near future.