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Visit the Palace of Westminster, the home of the Houses of Parliament, where the government of the United Kingdom meets to govern the country. Best-known for the iconic Elizabeth Tower (home of Big Ben, its famous bell), visitors can take a tour to see the green leather seats of the House of Commons, the red benches of the House of Lords, and the different lobbies, where we get the modern political phrase ‘lobbying’. You can also watch Parliament at work by attending a debate or Prime Minister’s Questions and sitting in the public gallery.
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Westminster Abbey Tour with Optional Houses of Parliament
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Look inside Westminster Abbey and learn about the Houses of Parliament and its famous Big Ben bell on a 4-hour guided tour. Hear about the workings of government, and discover how and why these iconic symbols of London were built.
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Westminster Abbey Tour and Houses of Parliament Audio Guide
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Discover where every king and queen of England and the United Kingdom has been crowned on a guided tour of Westminster Abbey, and then explore the Houses of Parliament at your own pace.
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Fully-Guided Houses of Parliament & No Wait Westminster Tour
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Step into the heart of the British democracy with the only fully guided visit through Westminster Abbey and the Houses of Parliament.
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Darkest Hour - Parliament and Churchill War Rooms Private Tour
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Spend a day in the political heart of London in Whitehall and Westminster with this tour that visits the mother of all Parliaments where modern the democracy movement got underway and evolved over centuries followed by a tour of Parliament Square and then on to the Churchill War Rooms where the fight against tyranny was overseen.
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General Information

Opening Hours:

Tours of the Palace of Westminster are only available on Saturdays and on weekdays in August. On days when tours are available, the ticket office is open from 8.45 am to 4.45 pm. UK residents can also book tours at different times of the year by contacting their local Member of Parliament, tours booked via an MP are free of charge. The galleries are open to the public free of charge during debates and you are welcome to attend debates in both the House of Commons and the House of Lords, but visitors are asked to be turn quiet and not disturb the proceedings.

Address:

Houses of Parliament
Westminster
London SW1A 0AA

Tickets:

Tickets for the audio tour cost £18.50 for adults, £16 for visitors aged between 16 and 18, students, members of the UK Armed Forces, or visitors aged 60 and over. One child (aged 5 to 15) can enter free of charge with each adult, each additional child costs £7.50. Children under the age of 5 enter free of charge. Tickets for the guided tour cost £25.50 for adults, £21 for concessions, and £11 for children aged 5 to 15.

How to get there:

The Houses of Parliament can be reached via London Underground services to Westminster station, which is served by the District, Circle, and Jubilee lines. Victoria, Charing Cross, and Waterloo mainline train stations are about 20 minutes away on foot. You can also reach the Palace of Westminster by taking a bus to Parliament Square. Buses which stop nearby include numbers 3/N3, 11/N11, 12, 24, 53, 87/N87, 88, 148, 159, 211, 453, N44, N109, N155, and N381. Car parking in the area is extremely limited, and drivers should be aware that the Houses of Parliament are inside the London Congestion Charge zone.
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