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Find out the latest news about visiting the Houses of Parliament including tours, exhibitions and events, ticket availability and information about access to the buildings and the Westminster area.
On 21 August Big Ben’s bongs will temporarily cease. Members of the public are invited to gather in Parliament Square to hear the the Great Bell strike midday.
To welcome visitors this summer, parliamentary staff have produced a series of videos in nine languages.
The Houses of Parliament are again hosting 'Family Festival' days this summer on Wednesday 16 August and Thursday 17 August 2017.
These tours mark 50 years since the Sexual Offences Act 1967 and 60 years since the Wolfenden Report.
Visitors can view the 'Parliament and the First World War' exhibition between 29 June and 28 September 2017.
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