Unique to Heritage Weekend, visitors can experience an extended tour of Parliament Buildings. You will not only visit the Great Hall, Assembly Chamber and Senate Chamber, but also have the opportunity to see behind the scenes of the offices of the First and deputy First Minsters, the office of the Speaker and have the chance to view the beautiful Assembly library.
Click here for more information and opening times.
During the Summer break, Monday 7th July – Friday 29th August, Parliament Buildings is offering free hourly tours between 10:00am and 3:00pm; excluding Monday 14th July, Tuesday 15th & Monday 25th August.
No public tours will be available from Monday 1st September to Friday 5th September inclusive.
From Monday 8th September public tours will be available at 11:00am and 2:00pm.
The Northern Ireland Assembly sits in Parliament Buildings and is open to all members of the public between 9.00am and 4.00pm Monday to Friday. You can attend debates and watch committee meetings or tour Parliament Buildings. Please check our business diary for further information.
The Assembly also provides business, the community and voluntary sector, youth organisations and delegations from across the world with the opportunity to engage and learn more about the legislature.
You can find further information below.
Take one of our tours which gives you the chance to have good look around the ‘House on the Hill’ where your MLAs debate important issues, or walk around the beautiful grounds of Stormont Estate!
Come along to Parliament Buildings and take one of the free twice daily tours, Monday to Friday at 11.00am and 2.00pm. Find out more...
Did you know that there are approximately 600 events held annually in Parliament Buildings?
Types of events range from Report launches, Charity Fundraisers, Dinners, Receptions and Concerts.
For more information on how you can organise an event click here.
Our Education Service provides educational programmes and resources to support teaching and learning about the Assembly and encourages the participation of young people in the democratic process. They have their own dedicated website.
Business outreach promotes the exchange of knowledge and information between, local businesses and parliamentarians in Northern Ireland, Westminster and Europe. Find out more...