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State Capitol is between Court and State sts. at 900 Court St. N.E., and is on the National Historic Register. The marble Art Deco structure was dedicated in 1938 and expanded in 1977. In addition to the governor's ceremonial office and the House and Senate chambers, the Capitol is home to exhibits about history and Oregon's shared heritage. The building's rotunda features four large Depression-era murals depicting significant events in the state's history. The bronze state seal in the floor of the rotunda lies 106 feet below the dome.

The building is topped with a 23-foot statue symbolic of the Oregon pioneers, and an elevated platform offering views of the city and Willamette Valley. The 30-minute seasonal tower tour includes a 121-step climb on a spiral staircase around the inside of the rotunda.

Guided tours are available.

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