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Vermont State House

Dedicated in 1859 as the third statehouse for the state, the current Vermont State House continues to be one of the oldest and best preserved in the country. Indeed, both the House and Senate chambers are the oldest legislative chambers still in their original condition in the U.S. Not a bad feat considering that Montpelier is the smallest capitol city in America.

The Vermont State House is open year-round, Monday through Friday (8-4). Free guided tours are available on the half-hour from July through October, and groups and school tours are welcome (call 802-828-2228 for more information). There is also a gift shop on the premises.

Those looking to visit the Vermont State House online will find a wealth of information, including the building's history, art and sculpture and more.


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