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Capital Hill is the 2nd out of 10 monuments to visit in DC.
The free guided tour was well presented and the inside building structure is incredible. One of the most beautiful monuments of the US history.
It was quite an experience to actually see the White House after seeing it on the news and in the movies. Every kid in America should experience this! It gives you a real true image of where and how far we have come as a...More
The building is historic and the dome is very pretty. However, I didn't think the building was anything special compared to many other historic buildings all over the world. The tour was also very boring.
From the moment you enter this building the history exudes and holds your attention. The initial video played in one of two theatres opens the history from before independence to the current day. Have your camera ready there is lots to photo in order to...More
This is where our government happens! We visited at night and walked around the perimeter and saw the building in its entirety. We met a helpful security guard who explained we could not enter as the building was closed, but he gave us an informative,...More
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Capitol HILL is not a building, it's a sector of Washington,DC, where the Capitol building is located and some more important buildings in the same area. If you want to go inside the Capitol, you may do so even without... More
Capitol HILL is not a building, it's a sector of Washington,DC, where the Capitol building is located and some more important buildings in the same area. If you want to go inside the Capitol, you may do so even without tickets and you do not have to be a U.S.citizen to visit. Just go to the Capitol Visitor Center, where you will get a ticket to join a tour. Right now there are some restorations being done inside the Capitol. I don't know when you are planning to visit, you may want to find out when the restoration will be finished.