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Vermont State House
Enjoy a Tour of the Vermont State House
Capital city visitors ready to learn about the history of Vermont, need to include downtown Montpelier on their list of must-dos. The Vermont State House is located just north of the Winooski River, on the west side of town.
This beautiful Neoclassical and Greek Rivial style building, featuring a golf leaf dome, was built in 1833. This is the third State House building built on this site. The building has been carefully renovated throughout the years, featuring a 19th century style in the interior rooms.
Although the Vermont General Assembly, the legislative body of Vermont, meets at the State House, it's also a living museum. The State House, nicknamed the "People's House", is open for tours with few restrictions.
Winter-time visitors enjoy the "Farmers Nights" concerts held in the Representatives Hall. While at the State House, also visit the Vermont History Museum, located next door, to learn more about the state's history. Stay close to Montpelier in nearby Waterbury.
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