Address: Spring Street, East Melbourne
Opening Hours: 10am to 4pm - Sunday only
What's Open: Guided tours depart from the Vestibule, the building’s entrance hall. Visitors will be guided through Queen’s Hall, onto the floor of the Legislative Assembly chamber and then into the Parliamentary Library. See first hand where Victoria’s laws are made and hear the fascinating history of the building. Find out how Parliament House has adapted to remain a working building used for the same purpose for which it was built in 1856.
Frequency Of Tours: Tours for 35-40 people every 15 minutes
Building Type: Government Buildings Parliament Building
Year Built: 1856-1892
Architect: John George Knight and Peter Kerr
Tram Stops: Stop 9: Spring Street and Bourke Street on routes 86, 96
The plans for the building included a dome, which was never built.
Included on either the Victorian Heritage Register, Heritage Council. Classified by the National Trust, Australia (Victoria) or included on the CIty of Melbourne Heritage Overlay
Lines Expected, Arrive Early
Good for Kids