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Parliament Buildings

Upper Newtownards Road | Stormont Estate, Belfast BT4 3XX, Northern Ireland
+44 28 9052 1802
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“free tour” (43 reviews)
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Upper Newtownards Road | Stormont Estate, Belfast BT4 3XX, Northern Ireland
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Reviewed 5 days ago via mobile

Didn't plan this as part of our trip to Belfast but decided to visit after seeing the building and location from the sightseeing bus. Well worth the time. Tour very interesting - our guide was great even though new to the job. Take time for...More

Thank sallybradley
Reviewed 6 days ago

Although it is a little bit out of town the main tour busses go here. The building is beautiful and the guides are very knowledgeable and interesting. Free guided tours on the hour. Try the Members tea room after. 5 star.

Thank 0823Malcolm52
Reviewed 1 week ago

wonderful gardens and a great afternoon - we went by car - should have been on the big red bus to fully experience the history

Thank KenMatthews1948
Reviewed 1 week ago

Tours of this building are free always a bonus. The tour is very interesting and well worth the visit.

Thank EandPBath
Reviewed 1 week ago

Belfast boasts so many architectural gems, including the Parliament Buildings. Stormont (as it used to be called) is more restrained than the over-the-top City Hall and Grand Opera House, but has a dignity and beauty of its own.

Thank DerAlteBach
Reviewed 1 week ago

We didn't go inside but did the hop on hop off tour bus. The drive up and the actual building are stunning and there was many people around either walking in the grounds or getting photos outside the building.

Thank Yvonne T
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

My boyfriend and I stopped here as we were passing and he'd never seen stormont so we parked "free" and walked up the beautiful surroundings. Unbelievable how beautiful this place is on a sunny day. We'll definitely be back 👍🏻 maybe with a picnic next...More

Thank julie-anne5532
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Went to Parliament Buildings yesterday. If you have never been, you really should take the time to go - its such a hidden gem. The grounds are lovely, the building itself is such a beautiful piece of architecture and the views from the front steps...More

Thank 23jojo317
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Beautiful building. The Hop-On Hop-Off tour guide said there's a story behind the 365 windows and group-of-6 of the pillars. 365 days in the year, and 6 counties of NI.

Thank Brad T
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

The six columns on the front of the building apparently stand for the six counties of Northern Ireland. The lawns are beautiful as is the surrounding estate. Inside there is much history. We started off on the guided tour but found it dragged on a...More

Thank Leilani v
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Eibhlin H
13 January 2017|
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Response from gottaluvflying | Reviewed this property |
Sorry..I meant to add that Rev John Cleland and his family emigrated in 1893 and the newly formed Northern Ireland Parliament purchased the building and all 235 acres for what seems the bargain price of £21,000! The Cleland... More
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amyw00ten
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Response from BrenHen70 | Reviewed this property |
Titanic museum if you can squeeze it in.
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Response from Lesley18Glasgow | Reviewed this property |
Like everyone else says tour takes approximately 1 hour. Guides very informative and time to ask questions and take photos. Tours finish in time to get the city tour bus. Tour is free. Grounds surrounding are extensive... More
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