Welcome to the Senedd’s new website. If you have any difficulty using this site please get in touch.
The Senedd building is currently closed, but we have made this video to give you a glimpse of what you will be able to see when we reopen again soon. We’ll share our plans of reopening on our social media (Facebook or Twitter) and website, so remember follow us there if you don’t already.
We are offering a range of virtual engagement activities as an alternative, so that you can find out more about how the Senedd works, how decisions that affect all of us in Wales are made, and ways you can get involved.
Things to do
Our recently developed virtual tour is a great way to explore your Senedd. By clicking on various icons and images along the way you can learn more about the home of the Welsh Parliament, and meet our tour guides who will be happy to tell you a little more about different areas of the Senedd.
The Senedd is not just a building for Members, it is your building.
It is the main public building of the Welsh Parliament, the main centre for democracy and devolution in Wales. It is an open building – a building into which you can walk, have a cup of coffee in the Oriel on the upper level, and go into the public galleries from the Neuadd on the centre level. And it is not just visitors that come here to see and enjoy the Senedd – we have also had performers, singers, exhibitions and all sorts of activities going on here, because it is a public building.
The Senedd building is currently closed but we are offering a range of virtual engagement activities as an alternative, so that you can find out more about how the Senedd works, how decisions that affect all of us in Wales are made, and ways you can get involved.
The Senedd Across Wales
You, the people of Wales, are at the heart of all that we do. We run a variety of programmes that helps explain how you can get involved in our work, and shape the decisions that affect our lives.
We offer free workshops and presentations for adults, groups, organisations, education professionals, and young people, along with a range of online materials, that provide impartial information about the work of the Senedd and our Members.