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  View down the State House Hall of Flags with marble floor, coffered ceilings, and New Jersey county flags lining the hallway

State House
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  1. Assembly Chamber
  2. Senate Chamber
  3. Senate Conference Room
  4. South Addition Lobby
  5. State House Annex
  6. Cafeteria & Welcome Center
  7. The Plaza

We welcome the opportunity to host you and your guests on a tour of the State House.

For more information, consult the Guided Tours section of this web site.


Porcelain sculpture of tree with yellow birds, with ferns and purple flowers at the base While the executive portion of the State House is closed for renovation, the beautifully restored legislative area is open for tours. Weekday tours begin in the adjoining Welcome Center. Tours on the first and third Saturday of the month begin in the State House Annex. Visitors will learn about our Capitolís evolution from a simple rubble-stone structure in 1792 to the impressive architectural monument of today. Please note that since this a working capitol, room availability may be affected by business needs or security concerns.


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