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Changes to some tours in April 2019

1 April 2019 (updated on 2 April 2019)

Image of UK Parliament portcullis

It was announced on 1 April 2019 that, in view of the current Brexit situation, the House of Commons will be sitting during the week commencing 8 April.

This means that most tours between 8 and 12 April are now subject to change or cancellation. We will be contacting all visitors affected.

At the time of writing, tours between 15 and 18 April are going ahead as scheduled. We will update this page if the situation alters. 

UK residents and overseas visitors are welcome to watch debates from the public galleries. This is free of charge for all visitors.

Tickets are not required for general debates. On most days visitors can just turn up and wait for entry on a first come, first served basis. Queues may be slightly longer than normal.

Visitors wishing to watch debates should enter via the Cromwell Green entrance.

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UK Parliament is open for visitors to take a tour, attend debates or watch committee hearings inside one of the world’s most iconic buildings.

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