• Phone: +44-2072193000
  • Ticket Price: 19 GBP
  • Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
  • Timing: 09:00 am - 05:00 pm
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    Monday to Friday

    09:00 am - 05:00 pm
    Closed

    Days: Saturday, Sunday

    Preferred

    Everyday

    09:00 am - 04:00 pm
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    Address: Westminster, London SW1A 0AA, United Kingdom Show on map

About Palace Of Westminster, London

Address: Westminster, London SW1A 0AA, United Kingdom Show on map
  • Sightseeing

Added 163609 times in trip plans

  • Phone: +44-2072193000
  • Ticket Price: 19 GBP
  • Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
  • Timing: 09:00 am - 05:00 pm
    Details
    April
    Open

    Monday to Friday

    09:00 am - 05:00 pm
    Closed

    Days: Saturday, Sunday

    Preferred

    Everyday

    09:00 am - 04:00 pm

The Houses of Parliament are housed in the Westminster Hall which has a history of being the seat of the ruling government in London, a tradition started by King Edward. Besides being the setting for important decision-making, this palace is also incredibly beautiful.

The interiors are intricately decorated with classical drapes, carpets and chandeliers. The glass work on the windows is also very pretty. After a devastating fire the whole palace had to be revamped in the 19th Century so the work is somewhat newer but still has an old-worldly charm to it.

At certain times visitors are allowed to enter and observe the running of the legislative body. For a taste of history, political flair and current affairs, the houses are a must see spot.

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Palace Of Westminster Information

  • Saturdays from 09:15am to 04:30pm.
  • Toilets are clean and efficient.
  • The food in the canteen is available at affordable rates.
  • Audio and guided tours inside the Houses of Parliament take place on Saturdays throughout the year and on most weekdays during holiday periods including Easter, Summer and Christmas.
  • Do not carry any sharp objects, deodorants, spray cans etc into this venue. Airport-like Security Checks take place before you enter.
  • Tactile tours for the visually impaired are available.
  • Do check out the souvenir shop for cheeky souvenirs.

Palace Of Westminster Tickets Prices

  • Tourists can only visit this place through the guided tours which are paid and take place every 15 minutes on most Saturdays between 09:15 am and 04:30 pm Adults: £16.50
  • Concessions (students, over 60s and members of the armed forces): £14
  • Children (5-15 years): One child free with each paying adult, but will require a ticket for admission. £7 for each additional child; Children (under 5): Free, but will require a ticket for admission.
  • For detailed pricing and offers, please check the official website.

Palace Of Westminster Opening and Closing Hours

  • Operations are closed on Saturdays and sundays but tours are available.

How To Get To Palace Of Westminster by Public Transport

  • Parliament Square in Victoria Street.
  • Underground: Westminster Station, Use Circle, Jubilee or District Lines
  • Train: Charring Cross Nad Waterloo Stations are 20 minutes away.

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  • Visited with the local youth council during the Easter holidays. It was very easy to get to the building, but finding the entrance wasn't the clearest, although this is understandable, as it is a very high security building. Once inside, it was very easy to work out where we needed to be. All the tours seemed to be running on time, so our tour started at the time that we expected. A very efficient process. We were shown around and told about the history of the building by our tour guide, Peter Clark. He was very knowledgeable about the building and British politics. Any questions that were asked, he knew the answer to. He also had a great sense of humour and appeared to be great with the younger children. Overall, it was an amazing visit and I would suggest it to anyone who is able to gain entry. The best way is contacting your local MP, who may be able to give you tickets free of charge.

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  • Had a family tour and we all enjoyed it, children have an audioguide with stories and quizzes. The whole route is enjoyable with beautiful interiors. The cafe is great.

  • Avery impressive location. You can even stay and listen to some debates in one of the houses. You never know what they will be taking about (probably bore you to sleep but you never know).

  • Went here a few years ago, a sombrely vile day. Threw up , got lost , got yelled at for taking a single photo with a blackberry yet several other people were taking photos as if it was some sort of crime scene , my pen exploded in my pocket , almost passed out and to top it off the most notable individual we saw at the time was none other than the then Home Secretary Teresa may. Vile.

  • I really enjoyed going here, I went on a tour of the building, the tour guides are very helpful but I'll recommend going whilst the politicians are not in recess because it's a lot more entertaining!

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