Three corridors on the first floor of the U.S. Capitol's House wing are elaborately decorated with wall and ceiling murals that include historical scenes, portraits and maps related to the development and growth of the United States.
A dramatic, high-ceilinged corridor over 100 feet long, named from the 28 fluted, white marble columns that line the corridor.
A large assembly room located in the center of the U.S. Capitol's south wing, also known as the "Hall of the House of Representatives."
This historic space now serves as the main exhibition space for the National Statuary Hall Collection of statues from the states.
The Small House Rotunda is one of the oldest and most architecturally significant spaces in the U.S. Capitol.