Things to See on the Capitol Campus
What can I see on the Campus?
The Washington State Capitol Campus has many sights and attractions for visitors to enjoy. Many are outdoors, and so can be visited every day, all year round. If you choose to visit the campus, please follow current CDC and recommended social distancing guidelines.
- The Legislative Building
- The Governor’s Mansion
- The Temple of Justice
- Guided tours
- Memorials and artwork
- Trees of the West Capitol Campus brochure
- Washington State Veterans and Law Enforcement Memorials brochure
- Olmsted and the Washington State Capitol brochure
The Legislative Building
The Legislative Building, completed in 1928, is open to the public every day of the year except for Thanksgiving, the day after Thanksgiving, Christmas and New Year’s Day.
If you'd like a guided tour, please read our tour information. Self-guided tour brochures can be found at the Visitor Information Desk, just inside the main entrance, or at the Visitor Services Office near the Southeast (Accessible) Entrance.
- Take a self-guided virtual tour
- Take a self-guided tour brochure
- View ADA information
- Visitor accommodations
The Governor’s Mansion
Washington’s Governor’s Mansion is the oldest building on the Capitol Campus, and has been home to Washington’s governors since 1909. Public tours are available.
The Temple of Justice
Completed in 1912, The Temple of Justice houses the Washington State Supreme Court and the State Law Library. The Temple of Justice is currently closed to the public.