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A key feature in the Denver skyline because of its gold bell-shaped dome, the Capitol Building, fittingly in the Mile High City, has a point located at exactly 5,280 feet above sea level. Free tours are available for visitors.
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We stopped by and were lucky to join one of the free tours. The guide was excellent and we leaned so much about this great building. We managed to get up to the top and see the amazing view. Definitely recommend you are in the...More
We booked on one of the free hourly tours, and while waiting we were able to mix freely with State employees using their refreshment facilities and restrooms. Our guide set off at a pace that was far too fast, but then for some reason slowed...More
The tour guide is very knowledgeable. Your tour goes from the main floor to the governor's office and both chambers of the legislature. It ends with a tour of the dome. You are actually near the top of the dome and can even go outside...More