US States and Capitals List

State Capitals

The state capitals are in cities of each of the 50 states. It’s where the seat of the government is located. Some of the state capitals are the largest city in that state, but that’s not always the case. The state capital location was usually chosen for the city’s population size, a city of historical importance like what town in that state was settled first, or even a central location. 

The list below is all 50 state capitals and their respective state in alphabetical order. You can even get more fun and interesting facts about that state by clicking the state below.

Montgomery Alabama
JuneauAlaska
PhoenixArizona
Little RockArkansas
SacramentoCalifornia
DenverColorado
HartfordConnecticut
DoverDelaware
TallahasseeFlorida
AtlantaGeorgia
HonoluluHawaii
BoiseIdaho
SpringfieldIllinois
IndianapolisIndiana
Des MoinesIowa
TopekaKansas
FrankfortKentucky
Baton RougeLouisiana
AugustaMaine
AnnapolisMaryland
BostonMassachusetts
LansingMichigan
Saint PaulMinnesota
JacksonMississippi
Jefferson CityMissouri
Helena Montana
LincolnNebraska
Carson CityNevada
ConcordNew Hampshire
TrentonNew Jersey
Santa FeNew Mexico
AlbanyNew York
RaleighNorth Carolina
BismarckNorth Dakota
ColumbusOhio
Oklahoma CityOklahoma
SalemOregon
HarrisburgPennsylvania
ProvidenceRhode Island
ColumbiaSouth Carolina
PierreSouth Dakota
NashvilleTennessee
AustinTexas
Salt Lake CityUtah
MontpelierVermont
RichmondVirginia
OlympiaWashington
CharlestonWest Virginia
MadisonWisconsin
CheyenneWyoming
 

Use the map below to see where each state capital is located 

United States map with capitals and state names
US map with state capitals

Next: Test your state capitals knowledge with our state capitals quiz!

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