Public tour of Parliament House
Explore this historically significant building, while learning more about the role, history and work of the Parliament.
- Enter the Legislative Chambers where laws are made, and hear about the mystery of the stolen mace.
- Learn about the Westminster style of Parliament while sitting in a Member of Parliament's chair.
- Have your photo taken with Queen Victoria in the grand hall named after her and admire the portraits of past Premiers that adorn the walls.
- Discover the Library that played a role in convincing the Federal Parliament to occupy the building from 1901 to 1927.
- Our guides are happy to answer any questions you may have about the building, or the work that Parliament does and how you can get involved.
Dates and times
Tours run for approximately 50 minutes:
- Extra tours run on school holidays - Monday to Friday, 27 June to 8 July.
- sitting weeks – Monday and Friday.
- non-sitting weeks – Monday to Friday.
Tours may be altered or cancelled at short notice due to functions and events at Parliament House. Click on the calender below to see what tours are running on the day you plan to visit.
Numbers are limited to 15 people per tour.
Bookings are not required for individuals or groups of five or fewer. For groups of six or more, find out more about our group tour.
Audio guides in your language
Free audio guides are available for use on our public tours. Click on the link below to access the guide in your preferred language:
You can listen via the website or download the izi.travel app to your phone for free.
These guides are hosted on an external website and may include advertising or sponsors not associated with or endorsed by the Parliament of Victoria.