Fodor's Expert Review Utah State Capitol

Capitol Hill and the Avenues Government Building Fodor's Choice

The State Capitol, built in 1912, hosts Utah's legislature annually from January to March. The exterior steps offer marvelous views of the Salt Lake Valley. In the rotunda beneath the 165-foot-high dome, a series of murals, commissioned as part of a Works Progress Administration project during the Depression, depicts the state's history. Don't miss the gold-leafed State Reception Room, the original state supreme court, and the Senate gallery. Free guided tours are offered weekdays 9–4 (until 1 pm on Friday), on the hour, except for holidays.

Government Building Historic District/Site Tour–Sight Historical Fodor's Choice

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350 N. State St.
Salt Lake City, Utah  84111, USA


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