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Parliament House
Address: Spring St, East Melbourne VIC 3002, Australia
Phone: (03) 9651 8911
State: Victoria
City: East Melbourne
Zip Code: 3002


Opening Hours

Monday: 8:30 AM – 5:30 PM
Tuesday: 8:30 AM – 5:30 PM
Wednesday: 8:30 AM – 5:30 PM
Thursday: 8:30 AM – 5:30 PM
Friday: 8:30 AM – 5:30 PM
Saturday: Closed
Sunday: Closed


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Reviews
Such a beautiful historic building! I was there to attend Youth Parliament which was great, the teenagers were all extremely enthusiastic and no doubt future politicians amongst them. As to the facilities well I had no access to coffee so I had to keep popping out to get one! I'm sure security were sick of the sight of me coming and going getting bag x-rayed and waving wand over me. However I did pop in to gift shop and brought a tote bag, a magnet, a pen and some honey, because I can't resist a gift shop! They have tours too and I recommend you do one.
Came here to do the free public tour on a Monday afternoon at 1pm. Had a good crowd of around 14 people. Fantastic way to experience the best of Melbourne architecture and history.nnCompliments to the tour guide; he was knowledgeable, friendly and funny. I recommend coming 15 mins before the start, you need to bring some form of photo ID to get in. They have a cloak room so if you want to store things like your jacket or bag you can.nnHighly recommend doing this tour whether you’re a local or tourist.
I recently had the chance to visit Parliament House in Melbourne, and let me tell you, it was a real treat. I wasn't sure what to expect, but I was blown away by the grandeur of the building itself. The facade with its sweeping steps and grand columns is truly impressive, and it instantly transported me back to a different era.nnThe inside was just as stunning. The chambers, Queen's Hall, and library were all beautifully decorated with intricate details and rich colors. I loved how each chamber had its own distinct personality, reflecting the different roles of the Legislative Assembly and Council.nnWhat surprised me most was the accessibility of the whole experience. I was able to join a free guided tour, which was led by a passionate volunteer who shared tons of interesting facts and stories about the building and its history. It was fascinating to learn about the role Parliament House played in the early days of Australian federation, and how it continues to be a crucial part of Victoria's government today.nnEven though I wasn't able to witness Parliament in action during my visit, I still came away with a newfound appreciation for the democratic process and the important work that takes place within these walls. If you're ever in Melbourne, I highly recommend checking out Parliament House. It's a beautiful building with a rich history, and it's a great way to learn more about the local government and democracy in action.
The tour is amazing. It's so worth the time. Arrive a little early to make sure you are included. Only 25 visitors per tour. The guide is incredibly knowledgeable and engaging. Do not miss!
Amazing neoclassical building with a wonderful historical significance. It's stunning ornate interior design with all its opulence and symbolism is mind blowing. Our tour guide was extremely knowledgeable about every aspect of the buildings construction and political history. I do have a problem with the indigenous wokeness projected to our international visitors. We were given the cringeworthy welcome to country and every detail and symbolism of the two flags that represent 3% of us. While our Australia flags details and symbolism, which represents all 100% of Australians was ignored. As a proud Australian, I find this reverse discrimination discraceful and insulting to us all. How has this magnificent building and it's history been engulfed by this wokeness.?
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