A new exhibition at Westminster Hall traces movements and moments that made a difference in the path to rights and representation through the past 800 years.
Charting an 800-year history of rights and representation, The Beginnings of that Freedome shows 18 new commissions, by nine emerging and established artists working across the UK.
The themes include Magna Carta, the emergence of Parliament, Suffrage Acts as well as the development of civil and human rights.
The exhibition is open to visitors who are visiting the Houses of Parliament to join a tour, watch debates or for business reasons. Tickets for tours on Saturdays and weekdays during Parliamentary recesses can be purchased on the day (subject to availability) but advanced booking is recommended.
Tours arranged via an MP or a Member of the House of Lords must be booked in advance. No advanced booking is required to watch debates (except Prime Minister's Questions) but there may be a queue.
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Houses of Parliament