House Chamber Chair

This historic chair was accidentally damaged and the arm was broken. With the generous support of the SCF, the Capitol hired a professional conservator to return the seat to its former splendor.


Sully Portrait Lighting

Unfortunately, Thomas Sully\'s master-work was largely obscured due to poor lighting and practically indiscernable from the viewing area. The SCF procured several special artifact lights.

Kids Corner

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The North Carolina State Capitol is open to visitors for self-guided tours Monday-Friday, 9 am- 5 pm and Saturdays 10 am-5 pm. Closed Sundays and state holidays.

We're currently hiring a part-time historic interpreter! Click here for details




Conservation and preservation of the State Capitol Historic Site is ongoing with many new projects on the horizon.

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