Explore the State Apartments inside Speaker’s House

Explore the State Apartments inside Speakers House, including a special display for this year only. Four visits – Thursday, April 11th  2024 at 15.30, – Thursday August 22nd 2024 at 11.30 –  Thursday August 15th at 10.45 – Thursday August 29th at 10.45 – £20 per person.

For this event members will make thier own way up to London and meet up for a guided tour.

Booking opens March 1st 2024

Explore the State Apartments inside Speaker’s House, including a special display for this year only.

Sir Lindsay Hoyle, Speaker of the House of Commons, will once again be opening Speakers House to the public for guided tours.

Sir Lindsay Hoyle is the 158th Speaker of the House of Commons – a role that has existed since 1377! By joining this tour, you will hear fascinating stories about Speakers through the ages. You’ll also gain a unique insight into how Sir Lindsay Hoyle presides over debates in the Hose of Commons and keeps order.

Special display for Easter and Summer only

This year marks 75 years since the Commonwealth of Nations was established. Our special  display (included in your Speaker’s House tour ticket) features fascinating archival documents, photographs and past and present gifts, many of which have never been put on display before. They tell the story of the Speaker’s and UK Parliament’s diplomatic relationship to other Commonwealth countries and its significance around the world today.

Displayed within the beautiful surroundings of the Speaker’s State Apartments visitors will see photographs of the late Queen Elizabeth II’s address to the Commonwealth Parliamentary Association in Westminster Hall, behind the scenes guests lists and menus from State Dinners held in the State Dining Room and the gold and black robe of state worn by Speaker Hoyle to King Charles III’s Coronation and this year’s international Commonwealth anniversary events.

Cost £20 per person – all profits will go to the Speakers Art Fund – a registered charity which supports arts and educational projects with a focus on increasing understanding of Parliamentary democracy across the UK.