Not all cultural attractions are in New York City, some are in Albany, the capital. The state's Office of Cultural Education (OCE) oversees the State library, State Museum, State Archives, and the state's public broadcasting system. The State Library research facility houses more than 20 million items with 500 on-site databases. One million people each year visit the museum to see its 6 million natural history and archaeological artifacts. The State Archives is the record keepers for the state; it also runs the State Records Center. Educational Television and Public Radio includes 11 state public TV stations and 16 public radio stations. OCE is part of the New York State Education Department.