We took our grandchildren to visit the Capitol and it was very educational. Everyone was great.
Knowing that there is so much history with this building gave me goosebumps.
You can get a private tour here that is great. Very educatiional
Eery American needs to experience the Capitol, it is majestic looking into the Rotunda and the Capitol building, the inner workings of our government in action. It reminds you that we are all a part of this great country.
Very interesting to see how much tax payer money is spent in keeping our politicians living the high life. Beautifully maintained grounds.
The History of our country is here. The voices of lawmakers for the last couple hundreds years, echos through its halls. The steps leading to the old Senate Chambers are wore from all the feet that have traveled the stairs and you can feel it through your shoes as you climb them. If you love history, you will love visiting... More
I worked there for twelve years and saw it as a theme park. In the meantime it has been marred by post-9/11 construction, including a Big Dig that created a visitor center. An often overlooked surprise is the Jefferson Library across the streets, which has a few attractive free exhibits. I would advise that the Senate is the real Congress,... More
Spent a day walking around Washington and got close enough to Capitol Hill to take some pictures. It was worth seeing.
The Capitol lawn, the reflection pool, views of the stately buildings seen in our history and social study books...it is all here when you come to our Nation's Capitol, and everyone should come see for themselves our own history.
No trip to Washington D.C. is complete without a trip to Capitol Hill. It is all part of the American Heritage and is a must do if visiting Washington.
If you own or manage Capitol Hill, register now for free tools to enhance your listing, attract new reviews, and respond to reviewers.Manage your listing