Plan Your Visit
Rich and Dynamic Experiences Await at the Alberta Legislature
Discover iconic architecture, the excitement of live parliamentary debate, the political story of our province and engaging educational programming against the backdrop of the lush and inviting Legislature Grounds. Plan to visit today.
IN-PERSON PUBLIC TOURS RESUME ON AUGUST 4, 2021!
Space is limited and registration is required.
Capital Gifts and the Pehonan Theatre located in the Visitor Centre reopen while the Borealis Gallery and Agora Interpretive Centre remain closed.
The Alberta Legislature Building
Take a free guided tour of the Alberta Legislature to experience Alberta's political history as told by a Heritage Interpreter.
The health and safety of Members, staff and visitors remains the Legislative Assembly's top priority. To keep visitors safe while onsite, enhanced safety precaution are in place. This includes booking an online reservation to take a tour.
In-person public tours of the Legislature Building and public access to the Legislative Assembly Visitor Centre have been temporarily suspended.TOURS
Experience the excitement of live debate from the public gallery, arguably one of the best seats in the House.
Refer to the Assembly Calendar or AssemblyOnline to find out when the Assembly is sitting. Note that session dates are subject to change. Gallery seats are available on a first-come, first-served basis. To reserve a seat please contact an MLA.
When Visiting the Alberta Legislature
Please note that shoes are required; casual apparel is appropriate and public washrooms are available.
accessible by wheelchair
Visitors with strollers, wheelchairs and those with mobility restrictions access the building through the ground level west entrance located off 107 street.
assistance for the hearing Impaired
Hearing-assistive devices are available on request in the public galleries during session.
Visitors to the Alberta Legislature undergo security screening upon entry.
Service animals are permitted
Service animals are permitted if they have passed an assessment from one of Alberta's approved service dog providers and their handler provides a service dog identification card. All other animals are restricted.
The Majestic Alberta Legislature Situated on the high bank of the North Saskatchewan River, the Alberta Legislature is the centre of democracy in the province of Alberta and the jewel of downtown Edmonton.
Legislative Assembly Visitor Centre
Discover the engaging educational programming at the Legislative Assembly Visitor Centre.
Featuring the Agora Interpretive Centre, Pehonan Theatre, Borealis Gallery and the Capital Gifts shop, the Legislative Assembly Visitor Centre is located on the main floor of the Edmonton Federal Building. VISITOR CENTRE
accessible by wheelchair
The Edmonton Federal Building is wheelchair and stroller accessible. Guests will need to visit the security desk for elevator access to second floor events.
use west entrance
The entrance to the Edmonton Federal Building and the Visitor Centre is located on the west side of the building, facing Violet King Henry Plaza.
onsite bank machine
There is a bank machine in the Edmonton Federal Building and the Alberta Legislature.
The Legislative Assembly Office manages venues on the concourse and second floor of the Edmonton Federal Building. This includes spacious banquet spaces, reception rooms, meeting rooms and committee rooms that are available for booking
by Government of Alberta and not-for-profit organizations.
The Government of Alberta manages spaces on the 11th floor. These are available for booking by Alberta-registered not-for-profit organizations requiring meeting-space rentals. Book This Space
The Alberta Legislature Grounds are a gem.
Enjoy the gardens and the mist of the fountains in the warmer months. Skate under the seasonal lights during the winter. Discover cultural monuments located throughout the grounds all year long. There is something for every visitor to see and experience on the Alberta Legislature Grounds.
The Alberta Legislature grounds are a provincial landmark for all to enjoy. The outdoor space is available for booking by Alberta-registered charitable or not-for-profit organizations through Alberta Infrastructure.
Public washrooms and a water fountain are located on the Legislature Grounds.
the grounds span more than 57 acres
The Legislature campus comprises more than 57 acres of land, spanning four city blocks from Violet King Henry Plaza to the south lawn.
Events and Activities on the Grounds