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Walking up to the Capitol, you are immersed in its stately elegance, all the striking attention to detail and beauty are right there for you to behold. The grounds are well manicured as well. Once inside, you proceed to the Rotunda, and prepare to be...More
We received a nice tour from our state senator. Getting behind the scene look at our capitol was really interesting. Many stories were relayed by the senator that were intriguing. This tour was special and wonderful.
This state capital was elevated to five stars because it was the first state capital where we actually saw a Legislative body working—out of 40 capitals and that includes Washington, D.C. The capital itself is beautiful, having been saved and restored in 1989 and returned...More
The Michigan State Capitol building in Lansing is worth a look since it has been beautifully renovated. We took a guided tour and were able to see the senate and house chambers. There is currently some renovation going on so we were not able to...More
It was not my first time at the Michigan State Capitol. I have been here many times throughout my lifetime for field trips as a child, marching on the steps for mental health awareness as a psychologist looking for change for those we provide services...More
Great state capitol. Photo opportunity as you approach off Capitol Ave with an elongated dome. There is a bit of refurb work ongoing but that shouldn’t affect you. Entrance is under the main stairs and the Tours desk is immediately to your right. The helpful...More
A great place for photos and a history of our politics. The stars on the dome. The glass floor. The door knob s and Chandlers are wonderful to look at. You might also like to go to our historical Museum.
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The tour is free. Out tour guide was knowledgeable and diligent in sharing the information he knew. We had a choice to join a school/day camp class or wait for another time and chose to go with the group and it was fun and... More
The tour is free. Out tour guide was knowledgeable and diligent in sharing the information he knew. We had a choice to join a school/day camp class or wait for another time and chose to go with the group and it was fun and interesting to hear the questions for the younger children.