People tend to check in during these times:
Located in Concord, the State House, made of Concord granite, was completed in 1819, with additions in 1866 and ...
Use the underground tunnel to get to the Legislative Office Building behind the Capitol.
Perfect place for a picnic
Stop by to see Representatives Hall where 400 State Representatives meet weekly (January to June) to serve the citizens of New Hampshire.
Don't forget to stop by the VISITORS CENTER at the State House and have Debbie show you around!
Stop by the NH House and Senate chambers when in session to see the third largest legislative body working for the people of New Hampshire.
The first session of the General Court began during 1819. The State House is the oldest state capitol in which the legislature meets in its original chambers.
Never a dull moment here. Take time to enjoy the Hall of Flags, Senate and House Chambers, and check out the Governor's Office on the 2nd floor. The NH State House is the oldest legislative body to s