Parliamentary Dining Room
The Parliamentary Dining Room is open from Monday to Friday for breakfast and lunch.
Reservations are recommended (250-387-3959).
For visiting the Dining Room, please enter via the accessible entrance off of the front driveway (to the right of the front steps).
Visitors are welcome to observe proceedings from the Public Galleries. Please check the Parliamentary Calendar to see if the Legislative Assembly will be sitting on the day of your visit. Visitors can also observe Parliamentary Committee meetings. Public meetings of Parliamentary Committees are listed in the Committee Meeting Calendar.
Parliamentary Gift Shop
The Parliamentary Gift Shop offers a variety of gifts that are custom made for the Legislative Assembly of British Columbia.
The Parliament Buildings are accessible to visitors in wheelchairs and scooters, those with limited mobility, and children in strollers.
- The accessible entrance can be reached from the front driveway on the west side of the Parliament Buildings (to the right of the front steps).
For visitors with accessibility requirements, the best place to park, or be dropped off, is immediately beside the property on Menzies Street.
Visitors are welcome to bring supportive devices or service animals.
Elevators can be used to travel between floors while inside the Parliament Buildings.
An accessible washroom is located in the east hallway on the second floor.
If you want to see more of the interior of the Parliament Buildings before you arrive, please visit our virtual tour page.
If you have any questions or need assistance during your visit, please speak with a member of our staff.
Transportation and Parking
The Parliament Buildings are located at 501 Belleville Street in Victoria, British Columbia.
There is no public parking on the property. Street parking and pay parking lots are located nearby.
Outdoor bike racks are located on either side of the buildings.
A bus stop is located on the Government Street side of the property.
For more information, please visit our Transportation and Parking page.
Security Screening and Access
All visitors must pass through security screening prior to entry.
Pets are not permitted inside, but service animals are welcome.
There is nowhere for visitors to leave bags or luggage.
Please visit Destination Greater Victoria for more information on Victoria and the Capital Region.