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All reviews self guided tour beautiful building million dollars bronze doors white marble liberty bell treasury department supreme court open to the public lots of history gift shop great place to visit worth the trip vault capital rotunda statues
Built to replicate the US Capitol in Washington D.C., this building is beautiful! We were there during the Christmas season so the decorations and lights were all up - the huge tree in the rotunda was gorgeous. School choirs from all over the state were...More
Some travelers may say, "if I've seen one capitol, I've seen them all." While that may be true for some locales, it's not true here. A magnificent bronze sculpture of the Little Rock Nine is positioned on the lawn of the Arkansas State Capitol commemorating...More
They give guided tours here on the hour, and have pamphlets available for a self guided tour if you're in a hurry. We arrived right at 10, just as a tour was getting started. They allowed us to join in rather than waiting an additional...More
We did the self guided tour of this beautiful building. Many little exhibits tucked away in the corners of the building. A highlight of the visit was visiting the Treasurer's Office. Great talk by staff in the office. We also got the opportunity to go...More
We had a guided tour of the capitol and it was extremely interesting to find out how it was built and its history. It is not one of the fanciest places but you will find out why! You should enjoy the display of the First...More
Located in the lower level of the Capitol it is a great bargain for a hearty cafeteria style lunch, fresh prepackaed chef or caesar salads or in the morning breakfast sandwiches or continental choices. It closes at 2PM.
The building is impressive. Unfortunately many of the rooms closed. Some due to reconstruction, others I don’t know. Not much see actually. I visited in a Sunday. I assume it’s better to visit during the week.
The building is quite impressive on its own, and the tour guide did a great job of telling the history of the building and its use. It's rather plainly decorated compared with many other state capitols, but that's part of the story. It was a...More