Visitor’s Program of the Parliament of Georgia
Parliament of Georgia welcomes interested individuals and/or groups to tour a modern architectural parliament building in Kutaisi as well as historic building in Tbilisi to learn more about the mission, role and functions of the Supreme representative legislature of Georgia.
By offering 60-70-minute tour, our visitors in Kutaisi will be able to sightsee a parliament building designed by a Spanish architect Alberto Domingo Cabo, hall for plenary sittings, and Bureau room as well as work spaces of Parliamentary Committees. During the tour, visitors will learn about history of parliamentary system, structure, mission and roles, and get useful insights of law-making process.
Guided tours in Kutaisi are offered at 12:00, 15:00 and 17:00 on Wednesdays, Thursdays and Fridays in weeks of plenary sittings. To learn more about schedule, please, call on numbers below or email us at indicated accounts.
By offering 60-70-minute tour, our visitors in Tbilisi will be able to sightsee historic parliament building, halls of The First Republic, David Aghmashenebeli (Bureau), Shota Rustaveli and Queen Tamar as well as hall for plenary sittings and Cinema Hall (upon request). In addition, visitors will have an opportunity to visit the Church of Annunciation in the yard of the parliament. During the tour, visitors will learn about history of parliamentary system, structure, mission and roles, and get useful insights of law-making process.
Guided tours in Tbilisi are offered daily, Monday through Friday, at 12:00, 15:00 and 17:00.
* * * Plan Your Tour
If you are interested to learn more about the Parliament of Georgia, please, contact us at least three days before:
Phone: (032) 2 28 16 90 / (032) 2 28 16 93
* * * Useful Information
In addition to scheduled tours, Parliament of Georgia offers guided tours upon request, in writing.
If there is sufficient interest, visitors may also tour Media Center of the Georgian parliament.
In case of need to hold guided tours in English let us know in advance, in writing.
No tours are held on public holidays.