Access Information

Access information

Parliament Buildings is open to the public between 9.00am and 4.00pm Monday to Friday.

Members of the public can watch Plenary Sittings from the Public Gallery on Mondays from 12 noon and Tuesdays from 10.30am and are able to attend Committee meetings held in public session. For details of meetings you can attend please visit the business diary.

If you are planning a visit to Parliament Buildings there is a public car park to the East of the building. For information on disabled access follow this link.

Did you know that Stormont Estate is a public park? 
Pedestrian's may access the Estate between 07.30 and 18.00 daily, with later closing times in the summer months.

Disabled Access

Full information on Disability Access to Parliament Buildings can be found by following this link.

Disability - Ramps via front entrance to Parliament BuildingsDisability access to Parliament Buildings is via ramps at the front, east and west entrances.

Disability - Changing places facility is available on the ground floor of Parliament BuildingsThere is a changing places facility on the ground floor of Parliament Buildings.

Disability - The Assembly welcomes all assistance dogs onto the premisesThe Assembly welcomes assistance dogs onto the premises.

Disability - Braille information, tours guides and tactile maps are available for visitorsThe Assembly has produced a braille tour guide, it also includes a tactile map of the entrance, Great Hall, Assembly and Senate Chambers.

Disability - New equipment including an upgrade to the hearing loop system, additional signage and the introduction of whispering tour equipment have been introducedNew equipment including an upgrade to the hearing loop system, additional signage and the introduction of whispering tour equipment have been introduced.

Autism Friendly

A page on the Assembly website providing information to visitors on the Autistic spectrum has been developed and includes useful contacts, links, the access video, guidance and information on sensory issues that may be encountered. The link to the webpage is here

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