The Parliament Museum is open to all citizens of Barbados and overseas visitors.
The Museum is open on Mondays, Wednesdays, Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
Guided tours are conducted subject to availability. Tickets may be purchased at reception.
Barbadian students with ID have free admission to the Museum.
Persons can attend debates, tour the buildings and see the Clock Tower.
Attendance at debates is subject to the approval of the Clerk of Parliament and the Speaker of the House.
Absolutely NO parking is allowed in the Parliament courtyard. Visitors are required to make appropriate parking arrangements. Groups arriving by tour buses can be dropped off and picked up at the South gate.
Staff has free admittance and family members accompanied by these individuals enter at no charge.
Members of Parliament and Diplomats:
Members of Parliament and Diplomats accompanying their guests enter free of charge.
Photography & Video:
We ask visitors not to take any kind of photographs in the galleries. Copyright issues and other regulations prevent us from being able to grant permission.
Food & Beverages:
Food, beverages, and chewing gum are not allowed in the galleries.
Care of Artwork:
Special care must be taken to preserve the artwork and maintain the presentation of each exhibition. Visitors are not allowed to touch the artwork or display cases, stand or sit on platforms, or get too close to the art. As you move throughout the galleries please be careful not to damage walls or platforms with strollers, wheelchairs and walkers.
In the interest of maintaining a pleasant environment for all of our guests, visitors are asked to place cell phones on silent mode or turn them off while in the galleries. If an important phone call is received, please leave the galleries to have your conversation.
No pets will be allowed in the building.
Shirt and Shoes:
Visitors are required to wear a shirt and shoes at all times while in the building. No beachwear is allowed.