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We visited the Florida State Capital to visit the capital and learn about the government. We got to visit the Sections where meetings are held, and it was cool seeing these chambers. We also got to go to the top, via an express Elevator. Many...More
As Texans, we were a little underwhelmed by the Capitol, but it’s an interesting setup. We didn’t really know what to expect and it seemed like everything was shut down even though it was a weekday. Not much was going on. We didn’t take a...More
Was a great experience. Took the tour while most of the politicians where on a break. The tour took us through both sides and we actually got to see some of the new upgrades that were being done to some of the older spaces. We...More
After clearing security, you discover that there are three floors you can visit. The observatory on the 22nd floor gives a great view of Tallahassee. You can also visit the fifth floor and the ground floor. The Senate and House have a viewing area so...More
I love visiting state capitols and I was particularly looking forward to visiting this one as a Florida resident. Out of all the ones I've been to, however, I found this one pretty boring. The highlight is the 22nd floor observation deck which offers great...More
We visited the New Capitol Building, Old Capitol/Museum and then the History Museum behind the Supreme Court Building across the street. We loved all of it. The people and even security were very nice and helpful to direct us around. This was our first time...More
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To my knowledge, there are not tours to the top of the Capitol, but it is worth going up and wandering around taking in the view and, if you're lucky, see an art exhibition (the people at the entrance will know if... More
To my knowledge, there are not tours to the top of the Capitol, but it is worth going up and wandering around taking in the view and, if you're lucky, see an art exhibition (the people at the entrance will know if there is one when you arrive). There is public parking across Monroe St. Also, there is often an art exhibit at City Hall (a 5 minute walk from the Capitol) and on the south side of City Hall there is a beautiful fountain featuring life-sized dolphins.