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All reviews beautiful building self guided tour free tour metal detector senate chambers supreme court president james information desk bicentennial mall war memorial inside the building lots of history love history farmers market history buff walk around downtown nashville
Free tour 3 times a day. Short tour, 45 minutes, Gives some history of Nashville and you get to see both house of reps and senate chambers. After tour, walk to farmers market and nashville state museum.
The Capitol is well signposted. There are street meters for parking although very busy ( and when I visited over half the meters in Nashville were out of use for some reason). Most of the immediate car parks are for businesses only. I persevered and...More
You enter on the lower level and you go through security and the Motlow tunnel to get to the elevator for the first floor. The 45mn guided tour was so interesting and informative (Mond to Fri 9am to 3pm), our guide was really funny with...More
We intended to take the guided tour, but got their just before noon and they don't offer tours that hour. We instead roamed around on our own, which was ideal. We took pictures of the common spaces, the Senate chambers and the House chambers. While...More
This is my wife’s & I’s 7th State Capital visit in the U.S. Our 1st southern & east of the Mississippi Capital. It is beautiful. 1 in 12 capitals without a dome. It has tons of US history inside. The senate and house chambers are...More
This is a really interesting State Capitol and we were so surprised how few people there were there when we visited. There are some interesting portraits depicting Southern states people and activists along with the usual different chambers and committee rooms. It really is worth...More
Guided tour (4 per day weekdays) by knowledgeable staff. Tour took about 45 minutes. Our favorite room was the old state library which is the last stop. Enter building through lower level on the southeast side.
Our tour of the capitol was quite interesting. The high doors and the ornate legislative chambers were a highlight. The views from the balconies of the city are fantastic. Lots of steps to climb but well worth it.
How convenient for visitors to the Tennessee State Capitol. A guided tour every hour (except from 12 to 1). The tour is very well done and my grandchildren, 11 and 14, learned a lot. So did my husband and daughter-in-law. The gardens are beautiful.