Open to the public 6 days a week, Scotland's Parliament sits at the foot of Edinburgh's Royal Mile by Holyrood Park and the Salisbury Crags.
A wide range of events take place at the Parliament, including MSP-sponsored occasions, constituency functions and State visits.
Browse through images or take a tour to discover the buildings that make up Scotland's Parliament
The Education Service works with young people, teachers and other educational groups interested in learning about the Parliament.
Everyone in Scotland can become involved in the work of the Scottish Parliament, whatever language they use. Find out how!
Information about official meetings of the parliament, Cross-Party Group and Committee meetings, educational visits, exhibitions and events.
Read about the Parliament from the Middle Ages and our participation in the UK Parliament through to re-establishment in 1999.
Find out how MSPs are elected, how committees work and how the Scottish Parliament makes laws.
We produce a range of free publications that explain how the Parliament works, what you can do as a visitor to Holyrood and how you can get involved.
Enric Miralles' plans for the Scottish Parliament made sustainability a central element of the design. Find out about the building's environmental features and read our environmental policy.