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We took a docent-led tour and our tour guide, Ron, brought the building to life. I highly recommend going this route if it all possible. On a tour, you can learn about the governor‘s portrait that keeps an eye on you as you tour the...More
The capital of Nevada, Carson City, has the loveliest setting for it’s state capital I have ever seen. We were stunned by the beauty of the state buildings but puzzled by the quiet atmosphere. We asked a guard if this was a state holiday. The...More
There is not a lot to see here, but the history of the building is interesting, and the grounds are beautiful! Old supreme court room still set up as it was before court moved to a different building Governor and Secretary of State still have...More
One of the smaller and simpler state capitols I have visited so far. Beautifully renovated inside, but doesn't have much character since the renovation. The House & Senate chambers are in the building next door. Can see the original Supreme Court in the capitol. Security...More
Plenty of free parking on side streets, and within a few blocks walk of the Nevada State Museum (well worth seeing as well). The monument to fallen officers is in the adjacent park, as is the statue to Kit Carson. The Supreme Court building is...More
Several interesting things to see inside. One room had a side desk where you could choose and then listen to narrated stories about important legal decisions made in Nevada in the past. Only voice, video would have made it better. The staircase railing was impressive....More
Nevada's Capitol Building complex is as modest and charmingly purposeful as Las Vegas is flashy and profligate. We were welcomed at several offices (including the Governor's!) along our self-guided tour. We recommend, especially if you have young children along with you.