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Supreme Court of the United States

Washington, D.C.
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Designed by architect Cass Gilbert and completed in 1935, the United States Supreme Court's building alone is worth the visit. Inspired by the Corinthian style, the structure features large columns, nine ornate statues outside, large bronze doors and two spiral staircases made of marble. Try to plan your trip for when the court is in session so you can see the top justices hearing cases. Be sure to check out several education programs available including courtroom lectures and a rotating selection of exhibitions. This is the highest court in the land so be sure to be respectful while inside. If not, you will be escorted out. METRO: Capitol South

Designed by architect Cass Gilbert and completed in 1935, the United States Supreme Court's building alone is worth the visit. Inspired by the Corinthian style, the structure features large columns, nine ornate statues outside, large bronze doors and two spiral staircases made of marble. Try to plan your trip for when the court is in session so you can see the top justices hearing cases. Be sure to check out several education programs available including courtroom lectures and a rotating selection of exhibitions. This is the highest court in the land so be sure to be respectful while inside. If not, you will be escorted out. METRO: Capitol South

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