Opened by HM The Queen in 2004, the Scottish Parliament has welcomed over 2 million visitors to its Holyrood site. Visit and explore areas normally only accessible through accompanied tours, including the Debating Chamber, Garden Lobby and Members’ Lobby. Historic Queensberry House, home of the 2nd Duke of Queensberry in the early 18th century, will be accessible (wheelchair access with assistance) as will the contemporary version of a Scottish Knot Garden.
Architect: Enric Miralles
Building Date: 1998-2004
In the garden, visitors can also enjoy an exhibition of sculptures by the late George Wyllie MBE. Exhibition, café and shop will be open.
Information leaflets available.