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  Weekday Tours   Saturday Tours

Monday-Friday
(Year-round)

9:15Red Star10:15Red Star11:15Red Star12:15Red Star1:15
(Also 2:15 in July and August)
Closed for all State Holidays, the day after Thanksgiving and December 24 through January 1.

Red Star Tours may be subject to change. Please call (860) 240-0222 for current schedule.

Self-Guided Tour booklets are available.

  Saturday tours have been discontinued.

The Capitol and Legislative Office Buildings are closed on the weekends.


  Group Reservations   Parking

Group reservations may be made by calling (860) 240-0222 weekdays 9:00 A.M. to 3:00 P.M., or by using the on-line request form under "Request a Tour". Student groups must be 3rd Grade or above; see Guidelines.

Limited free parking is available in the Legislative Office Building parking garage (Monday to Friday) and on the north Capitol grounds.

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Connecticut General Assembly

Capitol Information & Tours
Last revised: August 24, 2012

  Capitol Information and Tours
Connecticut State Capitol Tours
   
bullet GraphicLearn the history of the Capitol, a National Historic Landmark.
bullet GraphicView items important to Connecticut history, including statues of Connecticut State Hero Nathan Hale, Civil War Governor William Buckingham, and the "Genius of Connecticut."
bullet GraphicVisit the Hall of Flags, where flags carried into battle by Connecticut soldiers are displayed.
bullet GraphicLearn about the legislative process while viewing the House and Senate chambers.
bullet GraphicObserve the proceedings of the General Assembly from the public galleries when the House and Senate are in session.
bullet GraphicTour the Legislative Office Building, where public hearings and legislative committee meetings are held.
bullet GraphicVisit the Connecticut Hall of Fame, established to recognize the outstanding achievements of Connecticut individuals who have distinguished themselves in their professions, nationally or internationally. (The Hall is located in the second floor break-out area of the Legislative Office Building.) See http://www.cga.ct.gov/HallOfFame.htm
  CAPITOL INFORMATION AND TOURS
State Capitol
210 Capitol Avenue
Hartford, CT  06106
(860) 240-0222 - VOICE
(860) 240-8627 - FAX

E-Mail: capitol.tours@cga.ct.gov  
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The Connecticut State Capitol

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