Capitol Tours

Wisconsin's State Capitol lies on an isthmus bordered by Lake Monona to the east and Lake Mendota to the west. This majestic granite structure, Wisconsin's third Capitol building, may be toured year round.

Tours depart from the ground floor Information Desk Monday through Saturday at 9:00, 10:00, 11:00 am and 1:00, 2:00, 3:00 pm; and Sundays at 1:00, 2:00, 3:00 pm.

A 4:00 pm tour is offered Memorial Day through Labor Day.

The sixth floor museum and observation deck is also open during the summer months.

Groups of ten or more should call (608) 266-0382 to make a reservation.  Or you may book your tour online here.

Our office is happy to assist school groups in reserving lunch space after they have completed a Capitol tour.  Please call 1-800-578-1457, or send an e-mail to:


US flags and Wisconsin flags are available for purchase. Both flags are made of durable nylon and are 3 by 5 feet.

US Flag $13
Wisconsin Flags $16

If you would like to have your flag flown atop the Capitol, at no extra charge, please let us know when you contact our office.  We will send you a certificate along with your flag.

Checks should be made to the State of Wisconsin and mailed to:

Senator Frank Lasee
P.O. Box 7882
Madison, WI, 53707-7882


It’s a pleasure to recognize the outstanding accomplishments of those in our community with a Legislative Citation. My office is happy to develop a citation to recognize special accomplishments, retirements, scouting awards, outstanding community service, milestone wedding anniversaries and birthdays, or even a winning team.

If you would like to request a legislative citation, please contact our office 2-3 weeks in advance, and be sure to include:

Name of person receiving citation

Contact person and phone number where he/she can be reached

Event and date of event

Any community or volunteer groups recipient has participated

Any public offices held

Date of Anniversary/Birthday, if applicable

Please call 1-800-578-1457, or e-mail to:

Request Assistance

I am happy to help you with problems with state agencies or local governments or in helping resolve other issues. Many times these correspondences inform my actions in the legislature and can even become the driving force behind new legislative proposals.

To request assistance, click here.