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All reviews beautiful building self guided tour supreme court gold room governor's office across the street inside the building free tour open to the public visitor center walk around salt lake temple square marble capital rotunda murals
Took a tour on a rainy Sunday. Holding is beautiful and historical events are depicted through the Mormon filter. Excellent workout walking to the top of the hill in Salt Lake City. Interesting that guests are given free rein to explore without a lot of...More
We originally planned to hike up City Creek Canyon, but it was much too cold, so we opted for the Rotary donated steps from Memory Grove up to the Capitol. Lots of sunshine, photographers and their subjects were at nearly every turn. The reflecting pool...More
We enjoyed visiting the state capitol. It is a pretty good climb up the hill to get to it, but we did not want to move our car from the lot. We did a self-guided tour with a free booklet. It is not an overly...More
Open spacious magnificent and filled with the history of Utah. The marble supporting columns are a sight to see along with the beautiful chandelier. There are many exhibits throughout the building along with statues and paintings. Docent-led tours are available if you want some in-depth...More
The Utah State Capitol Building is visible as you enter Utah from the West. The downtown of Salt Lake City is very much influenced by the Mormons and has some very beautiful buildings. The Capitol building is no exception.
The architecture is similar to the...More
Glimpsing the majestic Capitol building in the late afternoon light up in the distance, I felt I should walk up the hill to do it justice. The long slow incline was worth it - the area around is surprisingly serene and the building just as...More