Win the chance to discover 1000 years of history in this world-famous building on a family tour and find out about the long struggle for votes for women too. It is exactly 100 years since women were first able to vote in the UK, and Parliament is marking this important anniversary in a truly innovative style with the ‘Voice and Vote’ exhibition.
Where were Charles I and Guy Fawkes tried and found guilty of treason? Why is the Queen banned from the House of Commons? Who is the Lady Usher of the Black Rod and how come she will have the Commons Chamber door slammed in her face? And what is parliamentary ping pong? All will be revealed on your tour.
This summer, ‘Voice and Vote’ relates the story of women in Parliament. Amazing technology recreates the ‘Ventilator’, the ‘Cage’ and other lost spaces in a memorable interactive experience. Rare and previously unseen objects, pictures and archives tell the personal stories of campaigners. The exhibition offers visitors of all ages an unforgettable way to explore the background to this landmark centenary.
Afterwards, relax in a Thames-side room with views across to the London Eye as you enjoy an elegant afternoon tea. The kids even have a special tea designed just for them.
Enter below and your family may be the lucky winners of this fabulous summer weekend experience.
One lucky family (of up to 4) will win: