Kansas Judicial Center
The Kansas Judicial Center houses the Kansas Supreme Court, the Kansas Court of Appeals, the Clerk of the Appellate Courts, the Supreme Court Law Library, and various offices that help the Supreme Court carry out its constitutional duty of overseeing the state’s entire court system.
To schedule a tour, email us the following information:
date and time of the requested tour;
alternate date for your tour;
size and age range of your group;
number of chaperones, if applicable; and
your name, telephone number, and email address.
If you visit on a day the Supreme Court is in session, you may be abe to attend oral arguments.
Supreme Court docket
Guide to oral arguments
The Judicial Center is at 301 SW 10th Avenue in Topeka. It is across the street south of the Kansas State Capitol.
Four-hour visitor parking is in the northwest corner of the parking lot, which is near the intersection of 10th Avenue and Harrison Street. School buses can be parked in the southwest section of the parking lot near Harrison and 12th streets.
You are required to go through security screening to enter the Judicial Center. Do not bring knives, pepper spray, firearms, or weapons into the building.
The Judicial Center is open from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. weekdays, except for court holidays.