The Governor’s Office and the Governor’s Council Room across the hall are on the third floor of the State House. On the walls of the Governor’s room are sculptures which symbolize the arts, freedom, executive power and Massachusetts.

In the hall between two offices is a copy of the painting of George Washington, which is on the dollar bill.

The Governor’s Council Chamber is a very unusual room because it is a perfect cube—its height, width, and depth are all the same.