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There are a number of ways UK residents and overseas visitors can visit the Houses of Parliament including taking tours and watching debates and committees.
Find out how to book a tour of the Houses of Parliament including the Commons and Lords Chambers and historic Westminster Hall.
Visitors to Parliament can watch debates and committee hearings taking place in the House of Commons and House of Lords.
The Parliamentary Archives, which hold millions of records from both Houses and other historical material, are open to everyone by appointment for research purposes.
Parliament's Education Service runs a year-round programme of school visits, which may include a question and answer session with the school's MP.
Information for invited guests attending private events at the Houses of Parliament.
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Explore some of the most famous rooms and discover more about the building's fascinating history and present day use.
This beautifully illustrated 96 page guide is packed with stories about one of the world’s most famous buildings.