How do I book a tour or educational program?

Tour and program availability is limited - especially in the spring. Reservations should be made as far in advance as possible.

To ensure a safe and meaningful experience, tour groups are limited to 50 people and Make-A-Law! programs are limited to 35, with a minimum of 15 participants. If your group is larger, we will arrange for multiple programs or tours.

Before you call to book a tour, please be prepared with the following information:

  • Name of school
  • School’s phone number and mailing address
  • Teacher’s email address and cell phone number
  • Number of students and adults in your group
  • Type of tour and programming
  • Multiple date options
  • Earliest possible arrival time and latest possible departure time
  • Any special mobility or learning needs for your group

Reservations can be made by calling the Tour Office at 609-847-3150 between the hours of 9 am and 5 pm.

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1. How do I book a tour or educational program?
2. Do I receive any confirmation about my bookings?
3. Is there a fee for visiting?
4. Do you have a lunch room?
5. What is the security process?
6. Does the Tour Office provide any educational materials?
7. Will my students get to meet the Governor or legislators?
8. What if I need to cancel or reschedule my trip?
9. What happens in inclement weather?
10. Does the State House have a gift shop?
11. What other activities can I plan for my field trip?
12. Who runs the Tour Program?
13. Are there special requirements due to Covid-19?