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This Corinthian-style edifice was modeled after the Capitol in Washington, D.C. The famous Esther Hobart Morris Statue stands in front of the building, in honor of the first woman to hold judicial office in modern times.
The Wyoming State Capitol in Cheyenne is a wonder to be seen. Unfortunately, it currently is closed for renovation and is scheduled to reopen in mid-2019. But it was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1973 and designated a National Historic Landmark...More
As viewed by the trolley tour and a walk where the streets are closed, it looks like it would be very difficult to go in the building. We did meet a man on Saturday at the Wyoming State Museum who claimed to be the architect...More
The Wyoming State Capitol building is quite impressive. The day we visited it was extremely frigid and we did not have the opportunity to enjoy everything it has to offer. It is a historic landmark in the middle of Cheyenne and worth visiting if you...More
The block and building are currently closed for restoration. Unfortunately, it was also closed two years ago when we were here. They have made fine progress since our last visit. I’m sure it will be beautiful.
My Daughter and I visited the State Capitol this past weekend and discovered something very strange!!!! It's under remodel so the fence was up with pictures of the Capitol from a 100 years ago. I noticed that there are 3 sections to the right of...More
The capital building fits the local theme and even looks like Edwardian architecture and is decorated like a capital should be. Stop and take a handful of pictures and get a tour if you can. You might also see if the governor's mansion is open...More
Why is Wyoming the Equality State? You'll find out on free historical tour of the state capital. It's closed for renovation right now but should open next year (2019). Go to the Supreme Court (one block south), you can get tour here too. Make sure...More
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I was not aware he wrote in Wyoming and saw nothing about it at the capital in Cheyenne. I do know he wrote in Austin and San Antonio, Texas. Years ago I went into the house he lived in in San Antonio. It was a little... More
I was not aware he wrote in Wyoming and saw nothing about it at the capital in Cheyenne. I do know he wrote in Austin and San Antonio, Texas. Years ago I went into the house he lived in in San Antonio. It was a little house that was located at the Lone Star Brewery though I am not sure if it is still there.