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Visiting Parliament

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Visiting Parliament

Parliament House does not have guided tours during the summer period.

Guided tours are available in autumn 2018. Unfortunately most of the tours are fully booked, but you may book available visiting hours for autumn 2018 via this link

Questions regarding guided tours can be sent to oppaat(at)eduskunta.fi or you can reach the visitor's service on weekdays 9.30-11.30am at +358 9 432 2027.

The Visitors' Centre in the annex (entrance F) and the Library of Parliament (entrance C) can also be accessed as usual by the public.

Observing a plenary session

The public has the opportunity to observe all plenary sessions from the gallery.

The Public entrance is on the North side of the Parliament building (entrance B). The door is opened 15 minutes prior to the beginning of the session. No drinks or snacks allowed in the gallery so please avoid bringing any.

The public gallery is accessible for people with disabilities.

Instructions for visiting Parliament

Everyone will be subjected to a security check when visiting Parliament. Bottles and snacks will be taken away at the security check and returned when leaving. We recommend not taking food or drink on your visit. 

Public transport is the easiest way to get to Parliament. The walk from the Central Railway Station or the Kamppi bus terminal is less than a km long.

Parliament does not provide parking for private visitors. Paid parking spaces belonging to the City of Helsinki and private parking buildings can be found in the vicinity of Parliament.

 

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