We have missed you and welcome you back on July 6 for guided tours.
Your safety is important to us. We ask that you comply with the following guidelines.
To ensure your health in the best way possible we are limiting our tours to 10 guests per tour.
Book your tour online at www.pacapitol.com.
Upon your arrival, check in with the guide at the information desk.
Please where a facemask that covers your nose and mouth. Masks should not be placed on children under age 2.
Maintain at least 6 feet between your group members and others throughout the tour. Please feel free to use the hand sanitizing stations throughout the Capitol.
We are limiting the number of people per elevator.
We apologize but the Welcome Center is closed at this time.
There is no indoor dining and limited food selection at the Capitol Restaurant at this time.
Disclaimer: While we are taking extra precautions to help keep you safe during your visit we cannot guarantee you will not be exposed to Covid 19.
Navigating Around the Capitol Complex
The Pennsylvania State Capitol Complex is comprised of the buildings owned by the Commonwealth and are centered around the capitol in Harrisburg.
The Pennsylvania Capitol Grounds, officially named Capitol Park, comprises more than 45 acres. Originally comprising 15 acres, from the lands of John Harris Jr. and U.S. Senator William Maclay, the remaining 29 acres were added when the state bought Harrisburg's Eighth Ward. Architect Arnold Brunner designed the current layout which inlcudes the North Office Building, Irvis Office Building, Forum and Finance buildings and Soldiers' Grove.
The following downloadable resources can help you get the most out of your visit to the Capitol Complex.
Landmarks of the Pennsylvania's Capitol Complex
The Pennsylvania State Capitol Complex is comprised of the buildings owned by the Commonwealth and are centered around the capitol in Harrisburg. This brochure includes a map of the Capitol Complex that will point out most of the major landmarks.
History of the Capitol
For information on the history of the Capitol Building, click here.