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Located in downtown Harrisburg, the Pennsylvania State Capitol Complex features the Pennsylvania State Archives, the State Museum of Pennsylvania, and the Pennsylvania State Capitol building. A major attraction of Pennsylvania Dutch Country, the Pennsylvania State Capitol was built in 1902, and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and designated a National Historic Landmark. This Beaux-Arts style building houses the PA General Assembly, and offers daily tours.
Other state agencies that are a part of this complex include the Pennsylvania Judicial Center, and the Matthew Ryan Legislative Office Building.
When visiting the complex, carve out some time for a tour of the State Museum of Pennsylvania. This museum includes a multi-media planetarium, four floors of exhibits covering Pennsylvania’s history - from prehistoric times through current events. Among the exhibits are a large collection of artifacts and displays related to the Civil War, and vast collection of industrial and technology innovations, Artwork, and paintings.