The Parliament of Victoria has an extensive art collection, collated over time from when Parliament House first opened in 1856. The highlights of this unique collection include portraits of former premiers of Victoria, the first woman elected to Parliament at a general election, Queen Victoria, Prince Albert and a gallery of Indigenous art.
The Parliament House Art Tour caters for members of the public with an interest in art and the history of Victoria. Your visit will last about 90 minutes and includes a short presentation and a complementary booklet which catalogues the collection.
To check for available tour dates see the Booking Availability.
Places are strictly limited so if you would like to attend you must book in advance. Schools or tertiary classes that would like to attend may be accommodated at other times to fit their schedules.
The art tour is free of charge.
Photography is permitted on all tours.
- Last Updated: Friday, 23 June 2017 10:38