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I visited here with a friend to go see our state representative in his office, who is co-sponsoring a bill. While we were there, we visited some reps from other districts to listen to their views on this matter. This is a sleek modern building,...More
The home of the NC senate and House of Representatives is a striking building. It was built in 1963 and designed by famed architect Edward Durell Stone. Stone also designed Radio City Music Hall, the Kennedy Center, and the sister office towers Chicago’s Aon Center...More
Please come to visit soon, if you're only experience here was when you were a kid, you need to come back. If you visit on January 10, you'll find many Legislators here. If you are from North Carolina, this is Your building, and Your Representatives...More
We came here on a class field trip. It was great having a tour guide to help us understand the design of the building and what activities occur here. Very educational! Every student should your this place!
I wanted to see where the respective House and Senate representatives preside. The ladies at the welcome desk were super nice and provided a quick overview, along with a brochure of the building. I toured the various levels of the building to see the various...More
I was in town and decided to stop by the capitol. Once at the capitol I realized the legislative branch no longer worked in this building. They had their own building about 1.5 blocks north of the capitol. I was there during the last few...More
If you are looking for one of those legislative buildings with 'wow' factor, this is most definitely not it. On the outside it looks like...a building. It is much more spacious than one would think on the inside, but it is not architecturally interesting, nor...More
Although the building is approaching 60 years in age it has maintained a sense of openness for interactions with the representatives. The galleries that overlook the House and Senate are designed in a way to allow visitors excellent viewing of the deliberations. the roof top...More