The Parliament Building is one of the most visited and interesting attractions for tourists, especially those who take interest in watching live debates and learning more about the political systems of the world. Visitors are taken on guided tours on seven days of the week of the Parliament Building in New Zealand, which is an important legislative structure that is located on Lambton Quay in Wellington. The tour guides give detailed information about the workings of the Parliament and the government apparatus in New Zealand along with information on how to be an active citizen. Visitors can also see the various artworks and objects that are contained in the Parliamentary Collection.
The building consists of the Parliament House that was established in the year 1922, the Parliament Library which was established in 1899, “The Beehive” which is the executive wing of the Parliament and was established in 1977 and the Bowen House which has been operational since the year 1991. The main Parliament house building is comprised of the debating chamber, the speaker’s office, the visitors’ centre and the committee rooms.
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