The New York State Capitol is located at State Street and Washington Ave., Albany, NY 12224 in the Capital District.
From New York State Capitol: "For more than 100 years, our state's history has been shaped in this building, and many great leaders have walked these hallways as they worked for the people of New York.
"History continues to be made, and the exhibits displayed here are designed to make the Capitol a living museum to educate visitors about New York's extraordinary legacy. The Capitol's architectural grandeur and historic significance serve as a fitting monument to the vast diversity and richness of the Empire State."
Hall of Governors - Exhibits and Tours
Visit The Capitol
Capital Tour Program
Hall of Governors
President Ulysses S. Grant
New York State Senate
New York State Assembly
New York State Judiciary-Blue Room
Legislative Correspondents' Association
Concourse-Empire State Plaza
State Police Exhibits
1911 Capitol Fire
New York Women's History Month: Shattering the Glass Ceiling
Hall of New York
New York During the Civil War
Daring to Do Mighty Things : New York and the Ideas that Changed the World
The Transformative Power of the Narrative
New York Celebrates Black History Month: Black New Yorkers and Their Military Service