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Find out about the range of regular and specialist tours that are available and how to book your visit.
A self-guided tour using a multimedia guide. Suitable for all visitors. Available in English (adult), English (child) and eight other languages on Saturdays and most weekdays during parliamentary recesses.
A 90 minute guided tour. Suitable for adults and older children. Available in English on Saturdays and most weekdays during parliamentary recesses.
A 60 minute guided tour experience. Suitable for families with younger children (age 7 to 12). Available in English on Saturdays and most weekdays during parliamentary recesses.
Add stylish afternoon tea beside the River Thames to audio tours or guided tours. Available on Saturdays and most weekdays during parliamentary recesses.
A 75 minute free guided tour. Available to UK residents only, on certain weekdays throughout the year.
UK residents who are blind or partially sighted can arrange a tactile tour of the Houses of Parliament.
Groups can book tickets for private guided tours in the morning as Parliament is being prepared for the working day ahead.
UK residents and overseas visitors can book tickets for these occasional LGBT history guided tours.
Groups can book tickets for early evening guided tours focusing on the Victorian art and decorative arts of the House of Lords.
Groups can book tickets for guided tours focusing on the contemporary portraiture collection displayed in Portcullis House.
Big Ben and the Elizabeth Tower tours are now suspended due to refurbishment and are scheduled to resume in 2021.
UK residents and overseas visitors can visit UK Parliament as part of Open House London on 21 September 2019.
Alternatively, for phone bookings please call +44 (0)20 7219 4114, every day between 9am and 8pm.
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.
This book tells the story of the iconic tower, Great Clock and bell which became known as 'Big Ben'. Contains over 130 images and illustrations.