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North Carolina State Capitol

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North Carolina State Capitol

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DannyWasserman wrote a review Aug 2020
Virginia Beach, Virginia3,230 contributions260 helpful votes
We love state capitols and have traveled to many states and witnessed many tall and historic buildings. The culture of these buildings is precious and they all should be preserved.
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Date of experience: August 2020
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The World is My Oyster wrote a review May 2020
Orlando, Florida17,494 contributions5,147 helpful votes
This was definitely one of our favorite buildings in all of Raleigh. The architectural design is beautiful, and we loved the statue of Jackson on his horse on the front. A must see while in Raleigh.
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Date of experience: May 2020
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Mark J wrote a review Apr 2020
93 contributions14 helpful votes
Expressing our opinions while surrounded by dozens of North Carolina Highway Patrolmen and local police was wonderful. I have never felt so safe as I did surrounded by authorities trying to prevent the spread of COVID-19. The weather was wonderful, the local scenery and monuments magnificent and downtown parking was actually readily available. Many, many other like-minded visitors were present and acted to make our visit a thrilling experience. Being shoulder to shoulder with, and shaking hands with so many was a wonderful, wonderful experience. Though North Carolina is a state ready to dump much of its essential history, it was highly visible in the local area. The monuments to the state's people and the sacrifices they have made are outstanding. It is a shame that current local officials care not one iota to protect that for which North Carolinians fought and died. Magnificent area for strolling, thinking, and sitting on the many, many benches.
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Date of experience: April 2020
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Epps Adventures wrote a review Mar 2020
Mesa, Arizona55 contributions10 helpful votes
The NC State Capitol building is neat. We went on a Sunday evening, so were not able to go inside. We did walk around the outside. It is an open yard around the entire perimeter with many neat statues and some interesting facts. The architecture is neat. Worth seeing, but I recommend going when you can get inside, otherwise you could probably skip this attraction if it takes away from some other activity.
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Date of experience: March 2020
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Fred Boyd wrote a review Mar 2020
San Clemente, California586 contributions149 helpful votes
My wife, son and I toured the museum. I though it was nice but they were performing a lot of restoration and mush of the building was closed. Would love to come back when they are finished.
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Date of experience: March 2020
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