Visit the Northern Ireland Assembly
The Northern Ireland Assembly sits in Parliament Buildings and is open to all members of the public. You can attend debates and watch committee hearings or tour Parliament Buildings.
If you are planning visit here is some information you may find useful.
What can I do when I visit?
Parliament Buildings is open to the public between 9.00am and 4.00pm Monday to Friday. Visitors are welcome to attend Assembly debates and Committee Meetings. Please check our business diary for further information.
Visitors may also take a tour, relax in our gift & coffee shop and enjoy a walk around Stormont Estate which is a public park
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.
Please note there will be no public tours of Parliament Buildings on Thursday 2nd June and Friday 3rd June 2016.
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.
How do I get to Parliament Buildings?
Parliament Buildings is situated in Stormont Estate which is on the east side of Belfast, on the Upper Newtownards Road (A20). You can travel to the estate by car or by bus.
On arrival you will be required to pass through a security facility. Find out more...
Parliament Buildings & Stormont Estate
Watch our video to find out more about what you can expect to find when you visit Parliament Buildings.