Immerse yourself in the fascinating history of this world famous building.
Follow in the footsteps of the Queen at the State Opening of Parliament as she leaves the Robing Room and passes through the Royal Gallery to take her seat on the gilded throne in the stunning Lords Chamber.
From Central Lobby, the heart of Parliament, enter the intriguing rooms of the Commons before standing in the famous Chamber itself, home to the Speaker’s Chair and some lively political debates.
In St Stephen’s Hall, discover why the Suffragettes and other ‘Votes for Women!’ campaigners inspired the beautiful contemporary light sculpture ‘New Dawn’.
Finish your tour in medieval Westminster Hall, the place where Guy Fawkes and King Charles I were found guilty of treason, and Nelson Mandela addressed both Houses of Parliament.
Choose either an audio tour or guided tour. For younger children, a special version of the audio is available, and family guided tours run three times a day on most days we are open for tours.
Follow your tour with delicious afternoon tea served in a room offering superb views over the Thames.