Houses of Parliament
Time Out says
Fri May 3 2013
The 75-minute guided tours of the Houses of Parliament offer a unique combination of one thousand years of history, modern day politics, and stunning art and architecture. Most of what is seen on the tour was built in the mid 19th century following a devastating fire in 1834, but the route also incorporates Westminster Hall, begun in 1097 by William Rufus, son of William the Conqueror. Tours are available on Saturdays throughout the year and on weekdays during the summer opening period.
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What's on at Houses of Parliament
Guided tours, Things to do
These 75min tours of what the Victorians used to call the 'Palace of St Stephen' are a journey through a mlllennium of British history - and some stunning art and historic architecture. And for the first time, tours are being run over the festive period. Each...
Attractions and museums, Things to do
This summer, for the first time, plebs will be permitted to take tea in the Palace of Westminster. The constitutional cuppas are an add-on to the excellent 75-minute tours offered by Blue Badge guides on Saturdays throughout the year and on weekdays during...