Tours of the Capitol will be offered Saturday, May 25, Sunday, May 26 and Monday, May 27 at 9:00 a.m., 11:00 a.m., 1:00 p.m.and 3:00 p.m.
Capitol Tour Etiquette
The Capitol is a working office building. Please act accordingly.
Please use your indoor voice while in the building.
Please do not run in the building. Use stairs and escalators with caution.
Keep to your scheduled tour and lunch times.
Be attentive to your guide's instructions at all times. Stay together as a group, especially when moving from one area to the next.
Silence your cell phone while on tour.
Roped off areas are off limits.
Do not block doorways or hallways.
Food and beverages are prohibited on tour and in the Interactive Welcome Center.
Enjoy your Capitol tour!
On this day in 1905
Roland Hinton Perry's "Commonwealth" statue was installed on the Capitol dome. This 14-foot-6-inch bronze-gilded female statue has an image of the keystone which honors the State's nickname, "The Keystone State." Her right arm is eternally extended in benediction and blessing of the state.