The public, lobbyists, and others may enter the Capitol during Session. However, to the greatest extent possible, we encourage engagement during the session to occur remotely. Please read Safety Protocols for the First Regular Session of the 73rd General Assembly for more information.
Inquire below about booking a tour in the future or take our virtual tour here.
Reservations are not required for groups of 10 or less unless your group has special needs.
If you have a group of 10 or less, you may join any public tour the day of your visit. Free public tours are offered hourly 10:00am-3:00pm, Monday through Friday. We recommend arriving at least 20 minutes in advance of your tour, as tours do fill.
The Capitol is closed on the weekends and most federal holidays.
All dates are subject to availability.If we are unable to schedule a tour for you, you are welcome to self-guide throughout the building but note that you will not be able to visit the dome on a self-guided tour.
*IMPORTANT UPDATE FOR STUDENT GROUPS*
Please note, we have updated our student tour guidelines, effective August 2019, our scheduling policies have changed. Follow the links below for important information about student guidelines and scheduling changes.
Please note that student group tours are extremely popular and space is limited.
TOUR AVAILABILITY IS NOT GUARANTEED AS TIME SLOTS DO FILL UP QUICKLY.