Due to a special Joint Meeting of Congress taking place in the Capitol on Tuesday, March 3, the U.S. Capitol will be closed to tours until approximately 12:30 p.m. on that day. The Capitol Visitor Center will remain open throughout the day, 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., and guided tours of the Capitol Visitor Center will be available while the Capitol is closed.

Students

From activity sheets to use while visiting the Capitol to rare online primary documents for classroom research projects, there are a variety of resources to meet your needs.

Student Orientation Video

Watch this short student orientation video before you visit the U.S.Capitol. Click Here to View

Resources and Activities

Select an activity and share what you learn with friends. Learn More

Exhibition Hall at the Capitol Visitor Center

Exhibition Hall is home to the only exhibition in the world dedicated to telling the story of the United States Congress and the U.S. Capitol. Exhibition Hall features original documents and artifacts, videos, touchable models, computer interactives and two small theaters that provide visitors with an in-depth look at how Congress works, the history of the Capitol and Congress, as well as information on Representatives and Senators. Learn More

 

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