Please contact the
Parliamentary Tour Program at
email@example.com closer to the date of your visit for up-to-date schedule information.
Visitors to the Parliament Buildings should allow for sufficient time to go through security screening, as line ups may occur. Therefore, we ask that visitors arrive 15 minutes prior to their scheduled tour time.
Tours last approximately 30 – 45 minutes.
All tours are free of charge.
Groups of 15 or more must book a tour in advance.
Group tours can be requested online.
Tours are offered in English throughout the year. Tours are also available in French and Mandarin throughout the year with an advanced booking. Other languages may be possible depending on the availability of staff. Please contact the Tour Program for more information at
Self-Guided Tour Books
Self-guided tour booklets are available in a variety of languages at the Parliamentary Tour desk or
The Legislative Assembly is a working building. Please ask the members of your group to talk quietly while inside the Parliament Buildings. Food and drinks are not permitted inside of the Legislative Assembly. However, there is a
Parliamentary Dining Room
where visitors can enjoy a meal.
There is no public parking available on the property. Street parking and pay parking lots are located nearby. For more information, please visit our
Special Access Requirements
The Parliament Buildings are accessible to visitors in wheelchairs, those with limited mobility and young children in strollers. Please follow the ramp on the west side of the Main Entrance steps and ring the buzzer for assistance.
Parliamentary Gift Shop
The Parliamentary Gift Shop is located on the first floor of the Parliament Buildings in the hallway directly adjacent to the exit. There are a variety of souvenir and protocol gifts available that are custom made for the Legislative Assembly of British Columbia. Most items are designed and fabricated in British Columbia or Canada.