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This is Vermont’s Supreme Court building. It was completed in 1918. Before that, the court officially met in the State House, but it got so crowded that the justices were often chivvied over to a room in the Pavilion Hotel for their deliberations. In the lobby of the Supreme Court building there is a changing art exhibit that is free and open to the public.
This point of interest is part of the tour: Five Walks Through Montpelier: Tour #1 - The Capitol Complex