While down town seeing other places add it to the list. Lots to do down town Indy and you should pop in and enjoy the beautiful interior of this building.
magnificent and lovely atmosphere very impressive state building security personnel were very kind n friendly towards all foreigners they opened their main hall for us where they do their official work daily.
We're kinda "State Capitol Junkies" so we wouldn't miss an opportunity to visit a State Capitol building. We took the one hour guided tour and it was well worth the time. Jim, our guide, was able to provide countless details about the State Government and the unique aspects and history of the building and State of Indiana. Taking the tour... More
Congressman Baird led us into the building and turned us over to tour guide, Sandy. The tour guides are "wired" so even the group and about thirty could hear, but we were not blasted out. The structure itself is beautiful and Sandy brought history to life and synthesized it with the present.
The state capitol building has undergone a restoration, and it is amazingly beautiful! A definite must see in Indy! We even got to go into the governor's office (he was not there)! Fantastic!!!
I go to Indianapolis on a regular basis and I used to live in Indianapolis. The State Capitol Building was completed in 1888 and is filled with beautiful art. Most of the materials used are from Indiana, which is impressive. The Mural is now called the Spirit of Indiana, but its original name was changed to protect its secrets. It... More
Enjoyed visiting the lovely state capitol of Indiana. After a brief security check, we did a self-tour of the capitol building with its lovely statues, paintings, and architecture. The beautiful stained glassed ceiling in the rotunda is a definite must-see. Very friendly, helpful staff and the grounds are worth walking as well.
Took an impromptu visit to Capitol which was located next to our hotel. It was an awesome visit as we had a gentleman give us an informal tour of the Capitol. He gave us the opportunity to climb up above the dome where the flag is mounted.
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