House of Commons
London SW1A 0AA
+44 20 72193000
Where Parliament now stands has been a centre of authority for over a thousand years. Once the home of the royal family, and still officially a royal palace, the buildings that now make up the modern Houses of Parliament have developed through design, accident and attack.
A Royal Palace
Visitors who tour Parliament will see the key areas of the estate, such as the Commons and Lords debating chambers and the Queen?s Robing Room. UK residents can tour throughout the year; overseas visitors may only tour during the Summer Opening. Accompanied by a trained guide, visitors travel through designated areas of the parliamentary estate. Tours take about 75 minutes.