Thanks to interactive seating maps released by the New York Times and the Washington Post, you can essentially find every single person that attended Monday’s inaugural address. As a side note, it’s also a great tool for finding the weirdest hats people wore on the historic occasion in Washington, D.C.
10. This hat on this random guy who looks cold and miserable
9. Rep. Henry Waxman’s (D-Calif.) Russian-style hat that he’s never worn in California
8. Rep. Greg Walden’s (R-Ore.) hat that Indiana Jones gave him
7. This guy’s fur hat that matches his fur coat
6. Rep. Corrine Brown’s (D-Fla.) fancy hat
5. Sen. Orrin Hatch’s (R-Utah) giant awesome cowboy hat
4. Rep. Frederica Wilson’s (D-Fla.) wild red cowboy hat
3. Rep. James Sensenbrenner’s (R-Wis.) Green Bay Packers Santa hat — Because you don’t stop being a fan just because the season’s over
2. Katy Perry’s tiny version of Aretha Franklin’s eye-grabbing 2008 inaugural hat
1. Justice Antonin Scalia’s hat that inspired the #ScaliaWeirdHat hashtag on Twitter
There is actually a story behind Scalia’s “weird” hat. To find out what it is, click here.