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Vandalia Statehouse State Historic Site


category : Historic Sites
Vandalia was the seat of state government from 1820-1839. The Statehouse, the oldest remaining capitol building in Illinois (built in 1836) has been restored to look as it did when Lincoln, Douglas and other famous Illinoisians legislated here.


Admission: Free
Hours: Mar.-Oct.: Daily: 9am-5pm
Nov.-Feb.: Daily: 8am-4pm. Closed major holidays.
Address: 315 W. Gallatin
Phone: 618-283-1161

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