Parliament Street is the name of several places including:
- Parliament Street, Exeter, one of the world's narrowest streets in Exeter, England
- The southern extension of Whitehall in London, leading to Parliament Square and the Parliament of the United Kingdom
- The start of the A562 road in Toxteth, Liverpool.
- Parliament Street (Toronto), a street in Toronto, Canada running east of downtown from the Harbour to Bloor Street
- A street in Dublin city centre joining Grattan Bridge up through to the City Hall junction on Dame Street
- A main shopping street thoroughfare on the A61 road through Harrogate, United Kingdom. It is also the centre of the town's nightlife.
- One of the main shopping streets in York, United Kingdom.
- Parliament Street, New Delhi, an area of New Delhi, also known as Sansad Marg.
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