In Capitol Square in Raleigh, North Carolina lie some of the most intriguing buildings in the region. The Old Capitol has been the home of the Legislature from 1833 to 1963, when sessions were moved to the new $6 million Statehouse. The Revenue Building holds all the money paid to the State, both in the General Fund and money collected for the Highway Fund. Additionally, as 70 cents out of every dollar of the General Fund is spent on education offices for the State Board of Education are housed at the Education Building. Further, highway fund monies are collected by the Highway Commission whose offices reside int he Highway Building.