Where your vote really matters
Young voters are being offered free tours of the Houses of Parliament in a bid to get them to register, vote and participate in the June general election.
The offer is open to all UK residents eligible to vote who are aged between 18 and 24.
Visitors will discover the House of Commons, House of Lords and Westminster Hall, and see inside the debating chambers and voting lobbies of both Houses.
At the conclusion of their tour, they will be invited to make use of Parliament’s pop-up electoral registration centre in Westminster Hall, where parliamentary staff will be on hand to provide assistance with the registration process.
David Natzler, clerk of the House of Commons said: “We are delighted to welcome 18 to 24-year-olds on free tours of Parliament in the lead up to the general election .
“We hope that young people from all over the UK will take this opportunity to visit Parliament and play their part in the democratic process as a result.”
The tours are available on Monday to Saturday between now and May 20, and Wednesday to Saturday May 25 and June 3.
Booking is required and can be done made online , by calling 020 7219 4114 or in person from the ticket office at the front of Portcullis House on Victoria Embankment.