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It's Time for a Field Trip!
Capitol Hill is home to many of the most fascinating historical monuments in the United States. Now, you don't even have to leave your seat to take a tour of some of the sights on the Hill.

Check out the amazing buildings that house our nation's government on the clickable map of the Capitol Complex. Then, sneak-a-peek inside the House of Representatives while you learn about the art, artifacts and other unique features of the House Chamber. Finally, discover statues of citizens from your own state who have made important contributions to history when you view the sculptures in the National Statuary Hall Collection
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Have Fun!


 
Parents & Teachers
Tools for Learning

Did You Know?
A Little Known Fact
Memorial Day used to be called Decoration Day! Find out more about Federal Holidays in Inspect-A-Law.

Check This Out!

Be a smarty pants!
Test your brain power with the Challenge Questions found throughout this site.

Glossary Terms
Key Words
Use the glossary to learn key terms.

Citizen
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