More than twenty private publications and since 2005 the provision of sponsorship for works of a scientific character throwing fresh light on our past.
Participation in exhibitions through the loan of family possessions, for example the exhibition in Enghien devoted to Charles d'Arenberg (1994) or the exhibition in Leuven devoted to the blind duke Louis-Engelbert (1996).
Installation of a museum in Enghien-Edingen (Belgium).
Organisation of conferences, for example the seminar on "Twenty-five years of French history, 1940-1965" with Commandant Hélie Denoix de St Marc (1998), the lecture on 'The European challenge' with former Prime Minister Mark Eyskens (2002) or the lecture on ' Europe, quo vadis ? with former Prime Minister of Belgium Jean-Luc Dehaene (2004)
The Arenberg History Prize 'Duke d'Arenberg', first awarded in 1992. European prize Arenberg-Coimbra, first awarded in 2007
College of Europe – Arenberg Foundation prize, since 2013
Since 2002, organisation of concerts (Lauenen, Berner Oberland)
Socio-cultural events such as the Jubilee (360 years) of the old duchy of Arenberg (Eifel), in 2004.