Visits to Parliament House

Information officers organise visits to Parliament House only for groups with educational or academic purposes. A guided tour in the Parliament building takes 45–60 minutes. Visitors are told about the history of the Parliament of Iceland and about the work and functions of the Parliament. The guided tour is free of charge.

It is important that group visits are organised well in advance. Guided tours in the building are only availabe outside the session time.

Requests for visits to Parliament House should be made by email or tel. (354) 563 0500.

Framhlið Alþingishússins

©Bragi Þór Jósefsson

Meetings of Althingi can be observed from the public gallery, and are also broadcast on TV and on the Internet. Althingi normally convenes four days a week, from Monday to Thursday: on Monday at 3 pm, on Tuesday at 1.30 pm, Wednesday at 3 pm, and on Thursday at 10.30 am. The gallery entrance is on the east side of the building (B on the picture below).

Parliament House is located at Kirkjustraeti on Austurvöllur square in Reykjavík, Iceland. The main entrance is via the Skálinn annexe (A on the picture below).

Kortið sýnir innganga í Alþingishúsið og á nefndasviði