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. (Updated February 15, 2021)
We are not able to provide tours or field trips at this time.
The dome observation area and Mr. Brown's Attic Museum are currently closed.
Inquire below about booking a tour in the future or take our virtual tour here.
The Colorado State Capitol welcomes about 300,000 visitors annually, with nearly 70,000 visitors taking tours of our beautiful and historic Statehouse. We welcome you to visit and learn more about this building, the work of our General Assembly, and our unique Colorado heritage.
Capitol tours are limited to 30 people. If your group has 10 or more visitors or has special needs, you are required to make a reservation. We recommend arriving at least 20 minutes in advance of your tour, as tours do fill.
Demand for Capitol tours is high – group tour reservations can be made up to one calendar year in advance. Student group tours during the legislative session (January through May) are extremely popular and space is limited. Tour availability is not guaranteed as time slots do fill up quickly.