Commonwealth Avenue Harrisburg, PA United States
A National Historic Landmark.
Pennsylvania’s Capitol is, first and foremost, a public building belonging to the citizens of the Commonwealth. It is also a priceless architectural and artistic treasure, a majestic symbol of history and power, and an icon of democracy and freedom.
When President Theodore Roosevelt attended the dedication of the building on October 4, 1906, he said, “This is the handsomest building I ever saw.” The Capitol was designed in the American Renaissance style by Philadelphia architect Joseph Huston (1866-1940), who envisioned the building as a “Palace of Art.”
For more information on the operating hours, visiting guidelines and admission rates please visit http://www.pacapitol.com/.
Welcome back for guided tours!
Your safety is important to us. We ask that you comply with the following guidelines.
We are limiting our tours to 40 guests per tour.
Book your tour online at www.pacapitol.com.
Upon arrival, check in with the guide at the information desk.
The Welcome Center is now open.
The Capitol Restaurant is now open.
Please feel free to use the hand sanitizing stations throughout the Capitol.
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.
Sincerely, the Capitol Tour Guides.