Get a unique perspective on the Scottish Parliament with our online panoramic photo tour. Begin your 360° tour in the main hall of the Parliament or by selecting another area via the detail images below.
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The Public Stairs are the one of the main routes to the public gallery of the Parliament's Debating Chamber.
Finished in oak, sycamore and glass, the chamber contains 131 seats and desks in a semi-circular layout, as well as the Presiding Officer's desk behind the mace.
The Mary Fairfax Somerville Committee Room is one of the Parliament's larger committee rooms. Each committee room provides seating for 30 to 60 members of the public and media.
The Adam Smith Committee Room is one of Holyrood's four smaller committee rooms - there are two larger ones. The rooms provide seating for 30 to 60 members of the public and media.
The Garden Lobby links all the buildings in the parliamentary complex.
Each office space divides into an outer area for the MSP's staff and an inner office for the MSP.
This room in Queensberry House contains the collection of books and other memorabilia gifted to the Parliament by the family of Donald Dewar, Scotland's first First Minister, who died in October 2000.
As you look around from the centre of the garden you'll see the garden lobby with committee towers behind, Queensberry House, and the MSP block.