Visiting the Capitol

Wisconsin has the most beautiful state capitol in the country. It is an amazing building to visit and explore. Below is some information about official tours and about reserving different rooms of the Capitol.

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Whether you are planning a visit to the state Capitol as part of a large group, small gathering, or just by yourself, our office can assist you in scheduling a free guided tour of the Capitol building during normal business hours.


Free tours are offered daily, 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 are also open during the summer months.

Groups of ten or more should call (608) 266-0382 to make a reservation or make arrangements online. Constituents may also call Rep. Subeck's office at 608-266-7521 to make a reservation or email Rep. Subeck at



School Groups Visiting the Capitol 

If your class is scheduling a visit to the Capitol, you can call us to arrange a brief meeting and a group photo with Rep. Subeck. The photos are free of charge, and multiple copies are available for everyone. We can also offer free copies of "How a Bill Becomes a Law," and for the younger crowd, coloring and puzzle books of the Capitol.


Reserving a Room in the Capitol

Groups can reserve a room in the Capitol, free of charge, for meetings, or other special events, including weddings. A $750 refundable deposit is required. 


Simply download this Room Reservation Form and mail it with a deposit check made out to “Assembly Chief Clerk” to: Assembly Sergeant-at-Arms P.O. Box 8952 Madison, WI 53708-8952

Our office can also assist you in setting up the reservation.