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Indiana's Statehouse, a building of outstanding architectural beauty, has served as a center of civic life in Indiana since 1888. Plan your visit, read about the history of the building, or schedule a tour using the links provided below.
The State of Indiana’s 200th year of statehood helped ring in a record year for the Capitol Tour Office. Over 60,000 visitors – a 17 percent increase from the previous year – from all over the world came to take guided tours throughout the Statehouse in 2016.
Historical attendance of the Statehouse tours | (.pdf)
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Students, grades 5-9, were invited to participate in an essay contest to discuss a pivotal moment in U.S. or Indiana history and the role Hoosier women played in it. Learn More
The Statehood Day essay competition is to commemorate Indiana Statehood Day, a celebration of Indiana’s birthday. Learn More
The State Holiday Tree Trim is an event inviting Indiana students grades k-5th to celebrate the season by attending a special program at the Indiana Statehouse, where they will create an ornament, listen to live music and meet special guests. Learn More
Now visitors to the Indiana State House have a source for information about the sculptured busts placed on the various levels of the Rotunda. The historic artwork - Great Hoosiers in Sculpture - represents some of Indiana's most prestigious citizens.
Jennifer Hodge, Coordinator
Phone: (317) 233-5293