Ruth Bader Ginsburg will lie in repose Wednesday and Thursday at the top of the main staircase outside the Supreme Court building, according to a statement from the Supreme Court.

The public may pay its respects from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. Wednesday and from 9 a.m. to 10 p.m. Thursday, according to the Supreme Court’s news release.

Ginsburg reportedly will lie in state Friday in Statuary Hall at the U.S. Capitol, according to reporter Kasie Hunt.

Speaker Nancy Pelosi confirmed the Statuary Hall plans, according to reporter Phil Mattingly.

Ginsburg will be buried at Arlington National Cemetery, the Supreme Court announced. The Office of Public information said the private Arlington service would be next week.

Ginsburg, who died Friday night at age 87 after a long battle with pancreatic cancer, will be buried next to her husband, Martin, who died in 2010.

A private ceremony will be held for Ginsburg at the cemetery, which is also the final resting spot for many Supreme Court justices, the top court said in a statement.

Details were scant Sunday about funeral plans, but The New York Times reported Ginsburg likely will lie in repose at the Supreme Court building.

Jewish tradition normally calls for the deceased to be buried within 24 hours of death. Rosh Hashana started Friday night, and that might have delayed funeral plans, The Associated Press reported.

Ginsburg, who served 27 years on the nation’s highest court, will join 13 other Supreme Court justices at Arlington National Cemetery, including former Chief Justices Earl Warren, William Rehnquist, William Howard Taft and Warren Burger.

Associate Justices Thurgood Marshall, John Paul Stevens and Oliver Wendell Holmes Jr. are among the other Supreme Court members buried there.