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All reviews elected officials state senator security screenings gallery passes the congress marble floors capitol tour security line private tour well worth the effort capital building underground tunnel short film free tour wealth of information piece of history beautiful building
I worked in a few Senate office buildings 2014-2016, and spent time in House office buildings during that time. I also visited my senator's office back in the 70's.
Please visit whatever among the House and Senate buildings you can. Don't miss the lobby in...More
Majestic building sitting on the top of a hill in downtown providence! Wandered in and security officer welcomed us and informed us of a free tour of the facility, we went to the library and found a tour just starting very private just the two...More
I've been here 3 times now and never get bored of the history and grandeur of the building. Bit annoying when I asked a question on the tour about the whispering gallery and the tour scoffed at me that it wasn't true - when actually...More
We were given tickets to the house and senate chambers from our congresswoman. They were included with our Capitol tour tickets.
Unfortunately, the senate was closed, but we did get to see Texas congressman Gohmert on the floor of the house. Really interesting place to...More
The main part of this review is about the Russell Senate Office building which has a charm to its exterior design that's all we got to see but its well worth the wander around after looking at the Capitol building, worth a pit-stop.
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Yes. You must obtain a Senate chamber pass from one of your Senators, for a specific date (and may have a designated entry time as well). First, make sure the Senate is in session on the day you plan to observe (Senate... More
Yes. You must obtain a Senate chamber pass from one of your Senators, for a specific date (and may have a designated entry time as well). First, make sure the Senate is in session on the day you plan to observe (Senate session schedules are available on the US Senate web site), and by all means, reserve well in advance (you can pick up your pass at your Senator's office the day before). NO photography is permitted in the chamber.