Inatsisartut, the Parliament of Greenland, is open to members of the public wishing to visit singly or as a group. A visit to Inatsisartut can be undertaken in various ways depending on the time and purpose of the visit.
Free guided tour when Inatsisartut is not in Session
When Inatsisartut is not in Session, guided tours are available free of charge on a daily basis starting at 1:00 pm, Monday to Friday, without prior arrangement. The tour starts in Marmorhallen ('The Marble Hall') in the reception area (main entrance to the Inatsisartut building) and is conducted by a member of the Inatsisartut staff. A maximum of 31 visitors can join the guided tour at a time. The guided tour lasts approx. 30 minutes.
The tour is generally conducted in Greenlandic or Danish. By special arrangement, guided tours can be conducted in English or German, staff commitments permitting. Contact Inatsisartut Staff at email@example.com or call +299 34 50 00 for more information about guided tours in English or German.
Visitors must register with the reception on arrival. At registration, visitors are required to state their country of ordinary residence. They are then issued with a visitor ID badge to be worn visibly throughout their visit. The visitor ID badge must be handed in to the staff at the end of the guided tour.
Visits with tour operators
Tour operators have the option of booking a time for a private guided tour when Parliament is not in Session, between 9:00 am and 12:00 noon and between 2:00 pm and 4:00 pm, Monday to Friday. Contact Inatsisartut Staff at firstname.lastname@example.org or call +299 34 50 00 at least 24 hours before you wish to conduct the guided tour. A maximum of 31 persons can join the guided tour at a time. If tour-operator groups consist of more than 31 persons, e.g. for visitors from cruiseliners, a separate booking must be made for each group wishing to take the tour.
Visitors must register with the reception on arrival. At registration, the visitor will be required to state their country of ordinary residence. They are then issued with a visitor ID badge to be worn visibly throughout their visit. The visitor ID badge must be handed in to the staff at the end of the guided tour.
After registration, a security officer will escort the group to the Meeting Chamber, after which the tour operator itself is permitted to show the group the Meeting Chamber, the Information and Press Room, the stairwell in front of the Meeting Chamber and the lobby of the entrance to the Inatsisartut building. It is not possible to extend guided tours to other areas of the building. No access card or keys to the building will be issued. It is the responsibility of the tour operator to ensure that visitor conduct is appropriate during the guided tour. A security officer will be present throughout the guided tour.
Visits when Parliament is in Session
When the Parliament of Greenland is in Session, no guided tours will be offered, but there is the option of attending the parliamentary debate in the Meeting Chamber, which commences at 11:00 am on Monday to Thursday.
To gain access to the Inatsisartut building, visitors must enter by the Central Administration's main entrance by the Marble Hall and report to the reception. After registration, visitors will be issued with a visitor ID badge to be worn visibly throughout their visit. A security officer will escort visitors to the Meeting Chamber. The visitor ID badge must be handed in to the staff on leaving the Inatsisartut building.
If a large party of visitors wishes to follow the debate from the spectator tribune, we recommend contacting Inatsisartut Staff at email@example.com or +299 34 50 00 to reserve the respective number of seats.