The Michigan State Capitol is open 8-5 Mon.-Fri. Under current COVID-19 guidelines, tours for 25 people or less are offered on the hour 9-4. Single use self-guided tour books are also available at the main tour and information desk on the ground floor at the east entry. The Capitol is closed on weekends until further notice. The following protocols have been instituted.
  • All staff wear protective facemasks and the use of facemasks is expected for all visitors.
  • Hand sanitizing stations have been placed throughout the building.
  • Visitors are encouraged to maintain proper social distancing while in the building and make use of hand sanitizing stations.
The Capitol Tour, Education, and Information Service offers digital opportunities to visit the Capitol. To schedule a group tour via Zoom, please call (517) 373-2353. In addition, Capitol Educators offer regular video tours via Facebook Livestream. To watch these tours please follow the Michigan State Capitol page at


Every year the Michigan State Capitol welcomes over 115,000 people including tourists, schoolchildren, and families that tour the building with a guide or independently. While at the Capitol visitors have the opportunity to watch the legislature meet for session, they can admire the nine acres of hand-painted decorative art, and they learn stories from Michigan’s past.

Whether you are interested in state history, Michigan’s government, or art, we encourage you to plan to tour Michigan’s beautiful Capitol today!

Plan Your Tour
Learn more about guided and self-guided tour options and scheduling. Includes information for teachers planning field trips.

Includes hours for the Capitol building and tours.

Tour Schedules
View a full list of all of the Capitol’s scheduled tours.

Take A Virtual Tour of the Capitol
Take A Virtual Tour of the Capitol Dome
Enjoy the beauty of Michigan’s Capitol anywhere! Take these virtual tours.

Parking and Maps
Parking information for buses and personal vehicles.

Disability Resources
Information about parking, entrance door access, and restrooms.
The fully restored Governor’s Office and Parlor, c. 1992.
Photo Courtesy of Balthazar Korab.
The fully restored Governor’s Office and Parlor, c. 1992.
Photo Courtesy of Balthazar Korab.