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Massachusetts State House

About Massachusetts State House

The Massachusetts State House, designed by Charles Bulfinch, the leading architect of his time, is a grand repository of history as well as an architectural treasure. With a cornerstone laid by Samuel Adams in 1795, and a dome coppered by Paul Revere in 1802, its marble-floored corridors and spacious ceremonial rooms are filled with works of art depicting our state’s unique heritage. We welcome you to visit the State House online or in person.

Reviews

Legislative Intern

May 2019 - August 2019 Boston, MA
“I loved it! Everyday I would go to hearings and learn about different topics about the public health. Also I would joining Representative Paul Tuckers at his meeting relating public health, education etc, in which I was able to meet influencing people who I also learned a lot from”

Legislative Intern

May 2019 - August 2019 Boston, MA
“I liked the atmosphere of learning that it fostered, and the many opportunities to listen and discuss political issues with state representatives, who often hosted lectures.”
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