We have exciting news that additional guided tours of UK Parliament are now running on weekdays until 10 December and, with an upcoming General Election what better time to visit! Whether you’re after a fun and informative guide on a Guided Tour (Monday to Saturday), to go at your own pace on an Audio Tour (on Saturdays), and lots more; UK Parliament has something for everyone.
Free tours of UK Parliament for all 16-24-year olds
Calling all those age 16 to 24! In the lead up to the 2019 General Election, you can go on a free tour of UK Parliament. Available Monday to Saturday, all tours offer behind the scenes insight into the day-to-day workings of the House of Commons and House of Lords.
Weekday guided tours at UK Parliament
For a limited time only, UK Parliament have additional guided tours during the week. Learn about one of the world’s most famous buildings, visit the House of Commons, House of Lords, and Westminster Hall. For young people aged 16-24, admission is free, but make sure you still book a ticket as these are required for entry!
Other tours available to book:
For something different you can also take one of the House of Commons Library guided tours or Pride at Parliament LGBT history tours.
Free entry to historic Westminster Hall
Westminster Hall is open to the public between 9am and 5pm, Monday to Friday until 11 December. Explore this fascinating site which dates back to 1097, pop in for a coffee and refreshment in the café, do some Christmas shopping in the gift shop and visit the pop-up ‘General Election Hub’.
Plus there’s no need to book, simply enter via the Cromwell Green entrance and come in!
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