COVID-19 (coronavirus) Update: The Capitol Visitor Center remains closed. We are not taking tour reservations at this time. Please check out our video tours and other online resources.
The following information may be helpful to visitors planning a future visit.
Advance reservations are recommended, but not required.
Individuals, families and small groups (of 15 and fewer people) can click here to create an account and reserve a tour date and time. You must be logged in to your account to see accurate availability. Reservations are available 90 days in advance.
U.S. residents may also contact the offices of their representative or senators. Many congressional offices offer their own staff-led tours to constituent groups of up to 15 people, and most can assist you in reserving a tour of the Capitol.
Tour services and organizations with groups of more than 15 participants should click here to access the group section of the online reservation system. Reservations for groups become available 120 days in advance.
Same-day passes are available at the Information Desks located on the lower level of the Visitor Center. During spring, summer and some holiday periods, the availability of same-day tour passes may be limited. There may be a wait to acquire passes. Please plan accordingly and arrive early, if possible.
How Do I Cancel My Reservation?
You can cancel your reservation through your account in the Capitol Visitor Center’s online reservation system.
Go to https://tours.visitthecapitol.gov (A new page will open.)
Beneath the blue banner reading “Reserve a Tour of the Capitol,” click on the link to log in. (A sign in/signup dialog box will open.)
In the sign in section, log in with your email address and password.
Search for reservations by clicking “More” in the “My Reservations” tab.
Once you have located your reservation, click the link to “Cancel.”