Visitors are welcome to take a self-guided tour of the Parliament Buildings on weekdays. Self-guided tour books are available in a variety of languages at the Tour Desk or can be downloaded below:
Transportation and Parking
The Parliament Buildings are located at 501 Belleville Street in Victoria, British Columbia.
There is no public parking available on the property. Street parking and pay parking lots are located nearby. Outdoor bike racks are located on either side of the buildings behind the East and West Annexes. A bus stop is located on the Government Street side of the property and many other buses stop nearby.
For more information, please visit our transportation and parking page.
Visitors to the Parliament Buildings and individuals accessing the Dining Room or the Public Galleries will be required to go through security screening. Please see the security screening page for more information.
Special Access Requirements
The Parliament Buildings are accessible to visitors in wheelchairs and scooters, those with limited mobility, and young children in strollers. From the main driveway at the front of the Parliament Buildings, enter via the ramp on the west side of the front steps and ring the buzzer for assistance.
Visitors are welcome to bring any supportive devices or service animals to accompany them during their visit. Pets are not permitted in the Parliament Buildings.
Parliamentary Gift Shop
The Parliamentary Gift Shop is located on the first floor, near the exit. There are a variety gifts available that are custom made for the Legislative Assembly of British Columbia.
Parliamentary Dining Room
Visitors are welcome to dine in the Parliamentary Dining Room
on weekdays. Space is limited, so reservations are recommended.
Visitors are welcome to observe proceedings from the Public Galleries on days when the Legislative Assembly is sitting.