DPLA/Europeana Query from Spanish software company Digibis allows simultaneous searching of Europeana and DPLA and presents key object information in a clear and easy to use format
Tea Trail London brings out the historic stories of tea in a variety of fascinating London places including museums, shops and tea houses.
Food Planet is a free game where players challenge each other in guessing the country of origin of different food, drinks and ingredients.
Australian artist Andy Thomas specializes in creating ‘audio life forms’: beautiful abstract shapes that react to sounds. In this animated short, he visualizes two recorded bird sounds from the archives of the Netherlands Institute for Sound and Vision
The aim of this site is to help you to find out who from particular country is delivering data to Europeana and which metadata aggregators are active in this country.
The Mulberry Affair is a short film receiving incubation support under the Europeana Food and Drink Second Challenge. The film mashes up openly licensed videos, images and historical records from Europeana.
The LinkedTV Editor Tool offers a dashboard for broadcaster programme teams to utilize LinkedTV’s automatically generated annotations to quickly produce high quality contextual information queues for their viewers.
The Wordpress plugin from EEXCESS provides users with contextual content from cultural and scientific databases to insert into their blog posts
The Google Chrome browser extension from EEXCESS provides users with automatic recommendations from cultural and scientific databases
CC Search helps users find content they can share, use, and remix from multiple platforms, including Europeana.
Explore our showcase of applications using the Europeana APIs and re-usable content. Discover tools to get you started, or browse our directory of open source software.