Tours of the State Capitol

Tours of Alabama’s historical Capitol building and the State Senate provide an excellent educational experience for students and other groups.

Contact one of the following for further information and assistance:

  • State House Tour
  • Capitol Tour
  • Tunnel Use
  • Historic Capitol Tour
  • Archives Tour
  • Civil Rights Museum Tour
  • Dexter Avenue Church Tour
  • First White House of the Confederacy Tour
  • Governor’s Mansion Tour
  • Judicial Building Tour
  • Montgomery Museum 
  • Planetarium
  • Old Alabama Town
  • Oak Park
  • Museum
  • Montgomery Zoo
  • Rosa Parks Museum
  • RSA Plaza Cafeteria

Serving as a Page

Working as a page is an excellent way for students to learn more about the legislative process. To help interested and deserving young men and ladies from District 3 to have the opportunity to serve as pages, Senator Orr will submit names for consideration. Please keep in mind that page slots fill up quickly, and requests should be made as far in advance as possible. Pages must be at least 12 years of age and no older than 18.

Please provide us with the following information:

  • Name of the individual interested in serving as a Page
  • Age and school grade
  • Name of school
  • Name and telephone of teacher or principal that can provide information about the applicant
  • Parent’s name, home address and daytime phone number
  • Applicant’s activities and honors
  • Brief description (50 words or less) of why applicant is interested in serving as a Page in the Alabama Senate

Send the information via US Mail to:

In the District:
P.O. Box 305
Decatur, AL 35602
(256) 260-2147 – Decatur
(256) 539-5441 – Huntsville
(256) 262-9038 – Athens

In Montgomery:
11 S Union St
Suite 730
Montgomery, AL 36130
(334) 2610758-7891

Arranging a Classroom Visit

It is imperative that our children understand and appreciate how our government works. To that end, Senator Orr would be glad to make a personal visit to classrooms in Morgan, Madison and Limestone Counties to discuss and explain the state legislative process, why he decided to get involved and answer any question the students may have.

To arrange for Senator Orr to be a guest speaker in your school, please provide us with the following information:

  • School name
  • Classroom grade level
  • Number of students in the class
  • Preferred date(s) and time(s)
  • Brief background of how much the students (if any) have been taught about the Alabama legislature prior to the visit
  • Any other information that Senator Orr will need to know in preparing for his visit
  • Teacher’s name and phone number

Assistance with State Agencies

If you need assistance with an Alabama State agency or have another state-government related question or problem, Senator Orr wants to hear from you. Please provide a brief overview of the problem that you need assistance with along with the names and positions of officials that you have had any previous contact with concerning this matter.

Contact our office

  • In the District:
    P.O. Box 305
    Decatur, AL 35602
    (256) 260-2147 – Decatur
    (256) 539-5441 – Huntsville
    (256) 262-9038 – Athens
  • In Montgomery:
    11 S Union St
    Suite 730
    Montgomery, AL 36130
    (334) 261-0758

  • Mailing Address

    • P.O. Box 305
      Decatur, AL 35602

    Montgomery Office

    Suite 730 | Alabama State House
    11 South Union Street
    Montgomery, AL 36130-4600

    Phone: (334) 261-0758

    Field Offices


    2128 6th Avenue SE – Ste 504
    Decatur, AL 35601
    Phone: (256) 260-2147


    Madison County Legislative Delegation
    726 Madison Street | Huntsville, AL 35801
    (256) 539-5441


    Limestone County Legislative Delegation
    110 College Street, Suite E4 | Athens, AL 35611
    (256) 262-9038

    Copyright © Arthur Orr, Alabama State Senator
    Website Development by Red Sage Communications, Inc.

    Share This