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  2. 2023 Capitol Hill, Supreme Court & Library of Congress Guided Tour

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  4. How to Tour the Supreme Court and Attend Lectures and Cases

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  5. Visit Supreme Court on a guided tour

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  6. Capitol Hill, Supreme Court & Library Of Congress Guided Tour

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  1. Capitol Hill, Supreme Court & Library of Congress Guided Tour

    Capitol Hill, Supreme Court & Library of Congress Guided Tour provided by Babylon Tours Washington D.C.

  2. What Can I see and Do?

    Although the Supreme Court does not offer guided walking tours, visitors are encouraged to tour public portions of the building on a self-guided basis and take advantage of a variety of educational programs, including Courtroom Lectures and court-related Exhibitions.

  3. How to Tour the Supreme Court

    This post covers how to attend a U.S. Supreme Court tour as well as courtroom lectures and oral arguments with tips on how to plan your visit and what you might see. Where is the Supreme Court; Guided Tours + Exhibits; Courtroom Lecture; Attend a Supreme Court Case; Visit the US Capitol and Library of Congress; Other Things to Do in DC

  4. Supreme Court of the United States Tours and Tickets

    Take a spooky stroll through Washington DC on this guided walking ghost tour. Visit one of the most haunted buildings in the world—the United States Capitol Building—as well as the Supreme Court Building and the Library of Congress.

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    As stated before, photography and filming is strictly forbidden on the Supreme Court grounds. Meals, snacks and beverages may only be consumed in the canteen area. Smoking is stringently denied inside the building.

  6. What Can What Can I Do? I See? Supreme Court MAP

    What Can. I See? history are located throughout the ground floor. A. John Marshall Statue. This ground floor landmark pays tribute to the nation’s longest serving Chief Justice, who served for 34 years from 1801–1835.

  7. Guided tours

    Guided tours. The Supreme Court is open to the public from 9.30am-4.30pm Monday to Friday and any member of the public can enter the building during these hours without booking in advance. Please note that external tour groups (where a tour operator is charging to guide a group around the building) are charged at £3 per head, in order to ...

  8. Small Group Walking Tour of Capitol Hill 2024

    This tour is ideal for Washington DC visitors who are short on time. Visit the Library of Congress and see an original Gutenberg bible. View sights such as the Capitol Building, Supreme Court, and more. Explore with just a small group, or upgrade for a private experience.