My Parliament Journey

We have various programmes specifically designed to meet the needs of students of different age groups. These range from tours, observation of sittings to Moot Parliament. Booking details can be found at My Parliament Journey.

Programme A - Visit On Non-Sitting Day

Take a walk with us through the corridors of history and find out the origins of our Parliament. Learn about our parliamentary system of government, roles and functions of Parliament, who's who in the House, how laws are made and much more.

For Lower and Upper Secondary, ITE, Polytechnic and Pre-University students.

Programme B - Parliament In Session

Attend and observe parliamentary debates "live". Listen to Ministers and MPs discuss and debate government policies, programmes, Bills and affairs of state. An explanation will be provided on the proceedings in progress.

For Lower and Upper Secondary, ITE, Polytechnic and Pre-University students.

Programme C - Moot Parliament

Be the Speaker, Prime Minister or Leader of the Opposition for a day! Our programme will take students through a debate on a Bill in a specially created Moot Parliament Chamber. It is designed to allow students to have fun debating and learning about some parliamentary procedures.

This programme is open to Junior College and Polytechnic students only.

Programme D - Visit On Non-Sitting Day For Primary Schools

Learn about the functions of Parliament, people in the House and the roles they play. The tour also includes a stop at the Parliament Chamber where debates are held. Through this visit, students can identify the importance of the place where affairs of state are discussed.

For Primary 5 and 6 students only.

Programme E - Holiday Enrichment Programme for Secondary Schools

Speak to us if you have an idea for an enrichment programme involving the learning of the parliamentary system during the June and December school holidays. We can design a Moot Parliament programme specially tailored to your needs.

For Upper Secondary students only.

General Public

Guided group tours are available on non-sitting days. Please go to My Parliament Journey for more booking information. Tour dates are put up 3 months in advance and guide fees are chargeable.

For visitors who wish to observe a Parliament sitting, click here for details.