N. C. State Capitol

Visit the North Carolina State Capitol

The North Carolina State Capitol has been the active capitol building of the state since it opened in June of 1840. At one point, the building housed the office of the Governor, the Supreme Court and the chambers of the General Assembly, as well as various other state offices. Visit the Capitol today to learn more about state government, citizenship, and the history of North Carolina and our capital city!

Please contact site staff if you have accessibility needs. (919-733-4994)

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Location and Hours

Please Note: The North Carolina State Capitol has suspended public operations due to COVID-19. The grounds are open for visitation. Stay tuned for details about how and when we will welcome visitors back to the State Capitol.

State Capitol
One East Edenton Street
Raleigh, N.C.

Hours
The North Carolina State Capitol has suspended public operations due to COVID-19. The grounds are open for visitation. Stay tuned for details about how and when we will welcome visitors back to the State Capitol.
 

Contact
919-733-4994
state.capitol@ncdcr.gov

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