What a Beautiful building i see where all Californias money has been spent. Full of tourists. Such beautiful decor.
About California State Capitol Museum
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California has a beautiful State Capitol building. It is a combination of the old Capitol and an updated building that was joined together and it works. Definitely take a tour and stop by to visit your Assemblyman and Senator. Tours are free.
This is a great place to visit with your family if you have an interest in California history, or if you enjoy learning and seeing art, and getting a peek at how local government works. The capitol is situated in a large park with many...More
Thank you for your kind words. I would like to pass on your compliment to your "friendly, enthusiastic" guide. However, you did not provide their name. If you do remember it, could you please provide it here? If not, can you please describe the guide...More
Since retiring from his job my friend Keith Evans, has signed on to give tours of the State Capitol Museum. As a former teacher in Sacramento I didn't feel the need to go because I thought I knew enough about Sacramento! I was so wrong!...More
The California State Capitol is the far and away BEST attraction in Sacramento. I have toured it many times, and never tire of seeing its many treasures. The Docent/Tour Guides are extremely dedicated to their work and well education in all the facets of this...More
We had the chance to visit the State Capitol and it was a great family experience. Sacramento is one of the "Greenest" cities in the U.S. and it is noticeable. A lot of green areas refreshed the busy streets of the California's Capitol! Perfect for...More
The state capital was deteriorating. The craftsmanship that built 100 yrs ago was failing. Then, for our nations 200th birthday, California stepped up -pain the money, hired the craftsman from around the world to make our building shine like it was first built. If you’re...More
The grounds are nice and there are many activities and events that are held here on the ground and or start or finish here. Take some time to go inside and take a look around and get a history lesson. If you have out of...More
Beautifully restored state capital building, great brochure for self-guided tour, safe visit ensured through required scanned entry. Lovely tiled floor, historic paintings, beautiful dome. Go to 3rd floor and work your way down. Go in both galleries, no floor entry.
Our family (4 kids ages 5-14) visited to compare it with our own State's capitol (a smaller state than CA in ever way) and were entirely underwhelmed. We missed the guided tour - they begin on the hour, so if you want to hit it,...More