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In response to the Coronavirus (COVID-19)​, all tours and events are currently suspended at the Michigan Supreme Court Learning Center. 




Hall of Justice Virtual Tour


smallgraycam.pngLearning Center Overview (video)


Learning Center Tours (not currently available)


Monday–Friday, 9 am–4 pm; closed on weekends and court holidays

Admission: Free


Guided Tours: By reservation for groups of up to 48, including chaperones. Tours of the Learning Center last 60 minutes.
To include the Michigan Supreme Court courtroom in your tour, you must request this specifically when making a tour reservation. Additional time is required. Because of the Court’s schedule, courtroom visits cannot be guaranteed. Ask your reservation coordinator for details.
See Field Trips for more information about school tours.
Self-Guided Tours: Individuals and groups of less than 10 on a walk-in basis. Preference will be given to scheduled groups. Call (517) 373-7171 to find out the best time to visit.


Phone: (517) 373–7171
Fax: (517) 373-7615

Reservation FormTo use auto-submission features, the form must be viewed in Internet Explorer. For all other browsers, download the form, save as, and e-mail it to


925 W. Ottawa St.
Lansing, MI 48915


Buses: At the Michigan Historical Center bus parking lot, accessible from Kalamazoo St. Limited on-street bus parking is also available on Walnut St. near the Capitol.
Automobiles: At the visitor parking lot east of the Hall of Justice, accessible from Allegan St., or at the Michigan Historical Center. Cost is $1/hour.


The Hall of Justice is a court building with security procedures. All adult visitors must present a government-issued photo ID and sign in to enter.
Visitors must pass through a metal detector and personal items are scanned. No guns, knives, or other items that may be construed as weapons are allowed.
Individuals or groups who disrupt tours or office functions will be asked to leave the building.


Photograp​hy is allowed in the Learning Center gallery and throughout the Hall of Justice.


The Hall of Justice and Learning Center are wheelchair accessible, and hearing accommodations are available.
When making tour reservations, please inform the reservation coordinator of any special needs.


925 W. Ottawa Street

Lansing, MI 48915

(517) 373-7171​


Rachael Drenovsky

Amy Feinauer