Public Tickets

To request tickets for Parliament debates visitors can choose below if they wish to attend a debate on a Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday or for First Minister's Question Time.

Tickets are valid for a particular timeslot. It is requested that all visitors attending First Minister's Question Time remain in the Debating Chamber until the end of the session at 12:45. For all other debates it is not necessary to stay in the public gallery for the duration of the timeslot. Visitors can leave the Chamber when they wish; as long as they do so quietly.

If you wish to attend a particular debate you can find out the agenda from the Business Bulletin.


Debating Chamber

Request tickets for a Tuesday, Wednesday or Thursday

You can request tickets for a 2:00pm to 4:00pm timeslot or 4:00pm to 6:00pm timeslot. On Thursday there is Members' Business at 12:45.

Member asking question at First Minister's Question Time

Tickets for First Minister's Question Time

Information about how to request tickets for First Minister's Question Time. This normally takes place on Thursdays from 12:00 to 12:45.

Telephone headset

Tickets Policy

Policies and procedures for requesting tickets and how we will use your data.

Filming and Photography

Audio and video recording routinely take place in the Scottish Parliament building and surrounding areas. Your image or voice may be captured while you are here.

Data Protection

We handle all personal information in line with Data Protection Law (GDPR from May 2018). Privacy Notices which provide more information are available from the Data Protection pages of this site. 

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