Over one million people visit Parliament each year and new guidance has been published to help for visitors with autism.
The Parliamentary Estate is spread out over many buildings. It includes the House of Commons and the House of Lords that make up the Palace of Westminster, as well as other buildings such as Portcullis House on the opposite side of Bridge Street.
The advice for those on the autism spectrum covers what they will see, hear and do on their journey through Parliament.
John Bercow MP, Speaker of the House of Commons, said: “We are committed to making it as easy as possible for people to discover the Houses of Parliament, and I am delighted to see this new guide published.