This was our 49th state capitol building, and it was really nothing special. A little local art work. Had the Liberty Bell right out front.
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I enjoyed this tour even more than I thought I would. Some interesting architecture, photographic history on the walls, etc. This tour is worth 45 minutes to an hour and is easy to do "self guided" using the brochure they hand you in the lobby/reception...More
While in Juneau I walked to the State Capitol. Just a short piece from downtown Juneau. While there also walk and see the Govenors Mansion.
So pretty really worth seeing. It houses the House of Representatives, The Senate Chamber and the Governors Offices.Outside is a replica of the Liberty Bell.
Even though not really attracting, inside there are some facilities. We had a coffee, we used the toilet, we looked around to see some Alaska objects and finally going to the terrace you have a nice view of the city.
We were surprised to find that the Alaska state capitol is open for the public to walk around. You can see the senators' and representatives' offices and the respective meeting chambers. Worth a visit for the curiosity.