To arrange a tour, please send an email to email@example.com.
Free guided tours of Parliament are available to constituents. Guy tries to meet as many constituents visiting Parliament as he can. If you are planning a visit, please contact Guy's Westminister office - details above.
The walking tour of the Palace of Westminster includes -
- Westminster Hall, the ancient hall at the heart of the Palace where Parliament first sat and where many historic events have taken place
- House of Commons, including the Speaker's Chair and the famous green benches and the 'lobbies' where MPs actually vote
- House of Lords, including the Royal Throne
- Queen's Robing Room, Royal Gallery and many other fascinating parts of the Palace of Westminster
Please note that as tours are very popular and places are limited, bookings should generally be made about six months in advance.
Every year, MPs welcome hundreds of schoolchildren to Parliament and Guy always tries to meet visitors from the constituency to talk about the politics and history of Westminster, his work as an MP and about local issues.
If you would like to book a tour of the Palace of Westminster, please contact Guy's Westminister office on 0207 219 7227 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Tours can be booked for groups of 20 people and repeated tours from the same school are acceptable. Unfortunately, Guy cannot meet travel costs.
For more details, such as the best times to arrange a tour of Parliament, please visit www.parliament.uk/visiting/visiting-and-tours/ukvisitors. Please be aware that tours do need to be booked months in advance.
There are also free educational visits which, in addition to a tour of the Palace, offer children and students the chance to learn more about Parliament through interactive workshops. There is also a travel subsidy available to state schools which could cover up to 75% of your travel costs.
All bookings are made by phone, one school term in advance, on a given date. To make a booking for an educational visit, please call 0207 219 4496 or visit www.parliament.uk/education/visiting-parliament.