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A reservation is required for a tour of the U.S. Capitol. Visit the Plan a Visit page for information on how to obtain a reservation.

Student Programs

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Bring the U.S. Capitol to your classroom! Schedule a live Zoom program with U.S. Capitol Visitor Center staff!

The Capitol Visitor Center offers online programming Tuesday through Thursday.

What is the Constitution? Spend 30-45 minutes with a U.S. Capitol Visitor Center educator to discuss this foundational document of the U.S. government. Students can learn about Article I of the Constitution, the Bill of Rights, the role of citizens in our democracy, and the role of Congress in our government based on your curricular goals. This program is available for all grade levels.

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The Debates of the Constitutional Convention of 1787. Spend 30-45 minutes with a U.S. Capitol Visitor Center educator analyzing the plans, debates, and compromises forged during the creation of the U.S. government. This program is available for middle and high school students.

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Want to learn more about the U.S. Capitol? Spend 20-25 minutes with a U.S. Capitol Visitor Center educator for a live Q&A about the function, history, architecture, and art of the Capitol. This program is available for all grade levels.

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Please browse our offerings below for self-guided e-learning.

Capitol Classroom VOTE! Homeschool Day

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Explore the U.S. Capitol on a video tour.

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Explore the U.S. Capitol on a video tour.

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High School

Explore the U.S. Capitol on a video tour.

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