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On a whim the wife and I loaded up the four boys and headed to Grand Rapids for the night and then decided to extend our mini vacation so we headed to Lansing Friday afternoon. We got to the capitol building around 4 on Friday...More
We stopped here for my sons 4th grade class trip. The tour was nice, quick and kept the kids attention. The glass floor is pretty awesome, and so is the inside of the dome. Check out the hinges and doorknobs if you take the tour....More
We were returning from an incredible weekend in Holland,Michigan where we enjoyed their famous Tulip Time Festival and before leaving the state we stopped in Lansing to see the state capitol building. It's our tradition to see and compare state capitol buildings whenever possible especially...More
For an environment such as the Michigan State Capital , the staff creates experience. And the staff are polite, experienced and knowledgeable.
They answer every question and bend over backwards to make your experience fun.
The Capital itself is very well maintained, however there seems...More
What a wonderful piece of history and our current political system! We had a wonderful tour guide who showed us the Governor's office, both the cahambers of the house and Senate and the dome of the capital building. It was so interesting and very exciting...More
Three of us arrived at 9AM on a Wednesday morning. We had called a few days ahead to make sure tours started at that time, and, if you check the capitol's website, you can see when all the school groups are scheduled as well. We...More
As a family, we visit state capitols and get a stamp in our capitol passport book. We have been to over 20 capitols and hadn't done our own state! This capitol is my favorite because I grew up down the road from it and seeing...More
Easily one of the most gorgeous buildings I have ever been in. Every time I am traveling through Lansing and have time to spare, I try to visit the state capitol building. I have been there at least a dozen times now and every time...More
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The tour is free. Out tour guide was knowledgeable and diligent in sharing the information he knew. We had a choice to join a school/day camp class or wait for another time and chose to go with the group and it was fun and... More
The tour is free. Out tour guide was knowledgeable and diligent in sharing the information he knew. We had a choice to join a school/day camp class or wait for another time and chose to go with the group and it was fun and interesting to hear the questions for the younger children.