New Hampshire State House Bicentennial
New Hampshire State House Bicentennial

Opened in 1819...

The State House, constructed of rough granite hewn in Concord, was the first substantial granite building in New Hampshire. It housed the 204 members of the House and Senate, the Governor and Council, the Secretary of State and State Treasurer. 



200 Years Later...

The State House is home to the New Hampshire House and Senate, the Governor and Council, and the Secretary of State. A working and active State House, nearly 30,000 tourists pass through the State House halls every year.



The State House Bicentennial Commission

Created by House Bill 1559 in 2014, the State House Bicentennial Commission's purpose is to plan and organize educational, cultural, and commemorative events to celebrate the bicentennial of the State House. 

Our Meetings

The Commission typically meets on the second Friday of each month in the Legislative Office Building in Concord. 









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