Tour prices and group rates from 1 April 2019

Visitors on a tour in Central Lobby
02 November 2018

2019/20 prices and group rates for ticketed audio, guided and family tours of the Houses of Parliament have been confirmed.

There are small increases to individual ticket prices and group rates for tours from 1 April 2019. This the first change to pre-booked individual ticket prices and group rates for three years.

The following are valid between 1 April 2019 and 31 March 2020:

Audio tours

  • Adults: £19.50
  • Young adults (age 16 to 18): £17
  • Concessions: £17
  • Children (age 5 to 15): One child free with each paying adult, £8 for each additional child
  • Group rates: Adults £15.50 / Children (age 5 to 15) £7.75

Guided tours

  • Adults: £26.50
  • Young adults (age 16 to 18): £22
  • Concessions: £22
  • Children (age 5 to 15): £11.50
  • Group rates: Adults: £21 / Children (age 5 to 15) £10.50

Concession prices apply to age 60 and over, students with ID and UK Armed Forces with ID.

Group rates apply for groups of 10 people or more if booked in advance.

Family guided tours

  • Adults: £19.50
  • Children (age 5 to 15): Free

Tour plus afternoon tea

Afternoon tea prices are in addition to the price of the tour ticket:

  • Adult menu: £30
  • Child menu (recommended up to age 12): £15

Concession prices and group rates are not offered for family guided tours and afternoon tea due to the limited availability.

Ticketed tours are open to both UK residents and overseas visitors. These are in addition to the free guided tours that are available to UK residents via local MPs or Members of the House of Lords, and to UK schools via Parliament’s Education Service.

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