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Additional tours are running on most weekdays between 16 and 24 June 2016 around the time of the EU referendum.
Parliament is open for tours during the half-term holidays from 27 May to 4 June 2016. Activities for families with children are available on Friday 3 June.
Between 29 June and 1 September 2016 visitors can view a major new contemporary artwork 'The Ethics of Dust' in Westminster Hall.
On Saturday 21 May the family audio tour option is not available so special one-hour family guided tours are offered to ticket holders instead.
The House of Commons is pleased once again to invite visitors to dine inside the historic Members’ Dining Room whilst the House is in recess in June.
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