Things to Do in Houses of Parliament
- Climb Big Ben
- Contemporary portraiture in Portcullis House
- Royalty and splendour in the House of Lords
- Attend debates
- Watch committees
- Question time
- Westminster Hall debates
The House of Parliament opens 6 days a week during the Summer Opening Period, otherwise Saturdays are the only days when it is open for guided tours.
The timings for Saturdays are from 9.15 am to 4.30 pm, while there are foreign language tours throughout the days too.
The House of parliament stays closed during Christmas holidays.
Ticket prices for adults are £15 while the ticket for each child of 5 to 15 years costs £6. Children under the age of 5 are free but students and people who are above 60 years of age have to pay £10 as ticket fees.
Buy Tickets Online: ticketmaster.co.uk/Houses-of-Parliament-tickets-London/venue/435270
Booking by Phone: +44 844 847 1672
House of Commons, London SW1A 0AA, United Kingdom.
How to Contact Big Ben and the Houses of Parliament
Administration of Big Ben and Houses of Parliament can be contacted by giving them a call.
Telephone: +44 844 847 1672
How to Get to Big Ben and Houses of Parliament
The Houses of Parliament and Big Ben is situated in front of the Westminster tube station which serves District and Jubilee lines. View Map
You can also use London bus services to get to Big Ben and Houses of Parliament. The nearest bus stop is Westminster Station Bridge Street and it serves bus number 211. Move east on Bridge St/302 towards Victoria Embankment/A3211 to get to the destination.