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An excellent place to wander and enjoy not only the scenery from the bluff, but also the architecture of the buildings. Inside get to marvel at the dome and art work. You may see the Governor if you’re lucky. The grounds are beautiful especially in...More
I love walking the grounds of the Capitol regularly. The lake often has a family of river otters fishing in it, there are switchbacks that takenyou right up to the Capitol, they have a small flower garden and a pretty fountain. Always a peaceful place...More
We took a tour of the State Capitol Building. We joined a tour with a guide but you can also pick up a brochure and tour on your own. There was no charge for the tour. It was very interesting to observe the history and...More
On a whim I took visiting friends to the Capitol building. I had heard the grounds were nice and I thought it would be a nice way to pass a hour before our lunch gathering.
I was pleasantly surprised. The grounds were landscaped nicely. Fountains,...More
The Capitol building is a short walk from the visitor center parking lot. Very welcoming personnel and docents enhanced the visit. The extensive use of marble from five countries is astounding. Our docent was a former educator and extremely knowledgeable. Although there weren’t any sessions...More
So much history here. Walk around and visit the various memorials. Go to the visitors center first for maps and info. The Capitol rotunda often has special exhibits, right now it holds the Christmas tree. All this is free.