EVen though the Republicans are perverting democracy up in here, this is still an important history building.
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The capitol visit was big but the tours are like mass movements. There is so many people. The tours are recommended and discuss a little about the history.
Awesome looking building we got up close to both sides of it. Heard a bit about what goes on inside and had the opportunity to go in but decided against it
One of the my favorite things about DC is the architecture. The clean and powerful look of the buildings are such a symbol of confidence and power. Obviously Capitol Hill is the pinnacle of this architecture and you can't help but be impressed by it's...More
My wife and I took the tour in October.No food or beverages allowed inside. We saw a few different areas and were able to take the house and senate chambers courtesy of our congressman. We also were taken to the Library of Congress for a...More
Located on the Capital Mall to the East, you will find the Capitol building and the surroundings. That includes the largest historic residential neighborhood in Washington, D.C. as well one of the oldest. Just to see the old pictures and how this place has change...More
Took a tour with the assistance from my local Congressman's Office and was given an intern as a tour guide. To our surprise she appeared knowledgeable and excited about talking about the history of the Capital Building. I would recommend anyone planning a visit to...More
This was not a good visit. We were herded around like cattle; I was told, after the fact, that if you go after 6pm, there are less people. I'll try that next time.
Having been in the US Capitol many times this was my 1st time to enter through the visitors center. Must take 45 min. tour which includes a 13 min. film. Remarkable history and remarkable architecture.