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  • Address: Parliament Buildings, Molesworth Street
  • Hours: Open daily
  • Admission: Free

Wellington ATTRACTIONS See all

New Zealand's Parliament (Beehive)

New Zealand’s architectural symbol is the beehive-shaped Parliament House in Wellington.

Hosting the executive wing of parliament, ‘the Beehive’ was built between 1969 and 1981, and features murals and artworks by noted New Zealand artists.

The building has 10 floors, filled with cabinet rooms, prime ministerial offices, a banqueting hall, function rooms and several restaurants.

Take a free guided 1-hour tour or drop into the visitor center in the ground-floor foyer. You can sit in the public galleries of the debating chamber when the House is sitting.

Practical Info

The Parliament Buildings are a 5-minute stroll from Wellington Station in the city center.

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