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Even though they weren’t offering organized tours we made the best of it. They had a scavenger trip/quiz we were able to work on and use as a great way to keep the kids involved and learning at the same time
I was able to stroll through the state capital on a Sunday and explore the whole building. The building is beautiful inside. I walked up and down the stairs and sat in the galleries of each house. I had a great time exploring.
What a beautiful building. What especially amazed me was that there was no security in sight, no metal detectors like one sees in so many public buildings. It was like stepping back in time. The interior is gorgeous, the stone is so pure and clean,...More
The Idaho State Capitol is a beautiful building filled with rich white and grey marbling, towering staircases and interesting art. At Christmas time it's decorated with deep reds, evergreens and golds. Local chiors often preform free concerts filing the high ceilings and long hallways with...More
So worth the visit to the State Capitol Building in Idaho, the architecture is as impressive as any of the old buildings in Europe. My husband was not interested in going at all, once we started walking up the steps to enter his tune quickly...More
This is a nice place to stop for a few minutes. We saw everything we were interested in in half and hour. There is metered parking on the street in front of the capitol. There is a lot of different colored granite inside and it's...More
When I was in Olympia a while back, I could see the beautiful capital building as I was running/walking around the lake, but it wasn't clear how I could get to it on foot. No so, with the Boise capital building. Just a few minutes...More