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Explore the State Capitol.

harrisburgpennsylvaniastatecapitol - Explore the State Capitol. [A Thing To Do Today] Price: Free Time: 30 mins
A Harrisburg landmark, the vast Pennsylvania State Capitol building at 3rd and State Streets was completed in 1906 and has housed the state's legislature ever since. Take a look around and find out about the history of government in the state with a free tour - these run every half an hour from 8.30am to 4pm with knowledgeable guides, so go along and explore a century of Pennsylvania history.
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