Home to the executive and legislative branches of New Jersey government since 1792, the State House is an important historical and architectural monument.
Visitors can see the Governor’s Office, restored rotunda, legislative chambers and caucus rooms.
The NJ State House Annex Once home to the judicial branch, State Museum and Library, the Annex now houses legislative offices and committee rooms where public meetings are held. This historic structure contains many interesting architectural details and commissioned artworks. Located in the basement, the OLS Legislative Information and Bill Room provides legislative
and visitor information.