Would you like to visit the House of Parliament?
Below, you will find some information from the Federal House.
The House of Parliament can only be visited by means of the official guided tours. People who participate in a guided tour must identify themselves with a valid certificate (valid ID, passport or driving license) and must hand this piece of identification in during their visit. Visitors who take part in official guided tours (groups or single persons) use the entrance on the left next to the main entrance. Visitors cannot enter into the entrance hall.
There are guided tours daily in German, French, Italian and English from Monday to Saturday. You will find more information on the website of www.parlament.ch.
Admission is free; you can get tickets at the visitor service. Reservations by telephone are possible one day before. There is a limit of 50 visitors per guided tour.
A guided tour lasts about 45 minutes visitors will get a view of the history and architecture of the building as well as the way the parliament works and how it is formed. You will have the opportunity to ask questions.
Video and photo cameras are not allowed!