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I wanted to see a few US government buildings (outside DC) and Capitol of Georgia was one of the few that we could see since we were living in Atlanta. It has a nice architecture and great history associated with it. There were amazing statues....More
I always try to see a state's Capitol Building when I am in town. Luckily there weren't many people visiting the day I went. Located near a MARTA station, it was very convenient to get to from my airport hotel. They have one entrance at...More
Loved the freedom of this place. Felt like I could go in and talk to any representative there! it is a neat building with large pictures all around. Self guided tour! Worth a visit. View the grounds as well!
Georgians seem to have a thing for statues, and the beautiful state capitol has lots of them. Some of them are not-so-great people, while there are other important figures from the state's history, as well as one of President Jimmy Carter. Definitely visit for a...More
We enjoy visiting State Capitols and seeing the best the state has to offer. We've been lucky to be able to take guided tours at most where we can learn about the material used and the famous people related to the state. Georgia however, does...More
Beautiful building but no tour guides to light the way around. The desk staff will not even let you tag along with the organized tours for large groups. Most states this size have guided tours for all people who visit.
The gold dome capitol is a beautiful historic facility- great for field trips, group travel or solo travel. There are multiple displays of Georgia history throughout the building. You can also watch politicians during general session in the balconies. Please note weapons are not allowed,...More