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State Capitol Building
Visit the State Capitol Building in Helena
Travelers in the Treasure State of Montana, ready to learn more about the state's history, make their way to capitol city of Helena. Visit the Greek neoclassical style Montana State Capitol Building, in downtown Helena, to start your educational journey of the state.
The Montana House of Representatives and the Montana Senate conduct business from their chambers inside this beautiful building. The construction of the Capitol, made of granite and Montana sandstone, started in 1896 and took six years to complete.
Eastern and western wings were added to the building between 1909 and 1912. The top of the Capital Building features a copper covered dome with a "Lady Liberty" statue on top.
Enjoy a guided tour of the building to see the impressive rotunda, surrounded by four original round paintings, as well as the 1912 "Lewis and Clark Meeting the Flathead Indians at Ross' Hole" painting. Be sure to tour the Hall of Governors, as well as the Governor's Reception Room.
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