The State Archives creates historical exhibits for display at its building, the Edward C. Papenfuse State Archives building in Annapolis, as well as exhibits the Maryland State House, the Thomas V. Mike Miller, Jr. Senate Building, the House of Delegates building, as well as traveling exhibits.
For teaching guides to many important events and issues in Maryland and US history, please visit the Web site
Teaching American History in Maryland. This extensive site represents a partnership program bringing historical resource materials and professional-development experiences to K-12 U.S. history teachers.
Teachers: For information about the Maryland General Assembly's educational programs, which might include a State House tour, see: http://dls.state.md.us and click on "Visit Us" or call the Department of Legislative Services Visitors Program Coordinator at 410-946-5400/ 301-970-5400 or 1-800-492-7122 ext 5400. Hours of operation are Monday-Friday, 8am to 5pm.
There are new occupany limits in place for the building and all groups should schedule their tours in advance to ensure that they will be able to access the exhibits.