Digital Resources

Virtual Classroom

The North Carolina State Capitol is pleased to offer virtual learning opportunities Fall 2021, whether students are in the classroom or learning remotely at home. The State Capitol is currently taking reservations for live, interpreter-led virtual programs. These (free!) interactive programs take place via Zoom or Google Meet and last 30-45 minutes. For more information or to make a reservation, please email Natalie.Rodriguez@ncdcr.gov. For more information on these programs, please visit our For Educators page

Learn at Home with the NC State Capitol!

How tall is the Capitol? When was the cornerstone laid? What is in their collection? Who actually works there today? And how old is it anyway? 

Do you have burning questions about the North Carolina State Capitol? Check out our Learn At Home videos where we answer your questions and share our favorite facts and stories about the Capitol. Visit our youtube page and look for the Learn at Home logo.