More House of Commons Library tours for summer 2019

House of Commons Library
17 May 2019

Come and view this unique space normally reserved for MPs, discover the history of the Library and learn how its work supports democracy today.

Housed in magnificent Pugin designed rooms, the Library holds over 230,000 publications and runs an ever-growing research and information service.

The Commons Library team responds to around 30,000 enquiries from MPs and their staff, and releases 900 briefings per year on a broad range of topics, on everything from Brexit to bees.

These tours take up to one hour. Early booking is recommended as places are limited.

Tour dates and how to book tickets

These tours will run on the following Saturdays:

  • 15 June 2019
  • 29 June 2019

Tickets can be purchased online, by calling +44 (0)20 7219 4114 or in person from the Ticket Office at the front of Portcullis House on Victoria Embankment.

  • Adults: £19.50
  • Young adults (age 16 to 18): £17
  • Concessions (age 60 and over, students with ID, UK Armed Forces with ID): £17
  • Children (age 7 to 15): £8
  • Disabled visitors: Ticket prices as above but essential companions are free

You can combine your Library experience with a full tour of the Houses of Parliament.

Further information

Due to the tour content, we advise a minimum age of 7.

We may occasionally have to change or cancel tours because of the work of UK Parliament.

Photography is not permitted in the Commons Library but you are welcome to take photos in Westminster Hall and St Stephen's Hall

There is seating available throughout the tour but there are no cloakroom facilities so please keep what you bring to a minimum.

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