Art

The Capitol has both permanent and temporary art displays. On the lower floors of the Capitol and Legislative Office Buildings are photographs from Florida's history. These images from Florida's Photographic Archives are on permanent display. They were chosen and placed by the Florida Legislative Research Center (FLRC).

The rotating art display areas within the Capitol grounds include the 22nd Floor Capitol Gallery, the Cabinet Meeting Room and the Gallery at the Historic Capitol. The Capitol Gallery and Cabinet Meeting Room are managed by the Florida Division of Cultural Affairs, which is part of the Florida Department of State. Cultural Affairs maintains an exhibition calendar on its website. The Historic Capitol Gallery is operated by the FLRC. Information on the current display is available at the FLRC's website.

  

W.S. Jennings in Alligator Cart at St Augustine

Former House Speaker and Governor W.S. Jennings (D – Hernando County) (right) is shown here in an alligator cart by the St. Augustine city gates while he was Governor between 1901-1905.

  

Capitol Hours & Tours

400 South Monroe Street
Tallahassee, Florida 32399

The Capitol is open to the public on weekdays from 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM. It is closed on weekends and holidays.

For inquiries about tours of the Capitol please call (850) 488-6167
  

Touring the Capitol