Supreme Court of the United States

Exhibitions


The Office of the Curator creates exhibitions on the history of the Supreme Court, the Justices, and the work of the Court. All exhibitions are located on the ground floor, and are self-guided.


Current Exhibitions

The Supreme Court Building: America's Temple of Justice The Supreme Court Building: America’s Temple of Justice
Explore the symbolism and construction of the Supreme Court Building, which opened in October 1935.
In Re Lady Lawyers: The Rise of Women Attorneys and the Supreme Court In Re Lady Lawyers: The Rise of Women Attorneys and the Supreme Court
Learn about the women who carved a path for future female advocates, judges, and Supreme Court Justices.
All Together for the Camera: 150 Years of Group Photograph All Together for the Camera: 150 Years of Group Photographs
Trace the history of the Supreme Court’s group photograph from the first in 1867 to the most recent in 2017.
Forgotten Legacy: Judicial Portraits by Cornelia Ad´┐Żle Fassett Forgotten Legacy: Judicial Portraits by Cornelia Adèle Fassett
Discover the work of Cornelia Adèle Fassett, one of the first female portrait artists of the nineteenth century to portray American presidents, politicians, and Supreme Court Justices.
Sandra Day O'Connor, First Woman on the Supreme Court Sandra Day O’Connor, First Woman on the Supreme Court
Follow Justice Sandra Day O'Connor’s journey to the highest court in the land.



 

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