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45-minute tours focusing on early Colorado history, capitol construction, unique building features and the legislative process. Group and special legislative tours available by reservation, 303-866-2167, tour desk located on east side of the north (Colfax Ave.), first-floor entrance.
45-minute tours focusing on early Colorado history, capitol construction, unique building features and the legislative process. Dome Tours, 303-866...
What better way to start off April than with a terrifying Belgian horror movie? See the scary flick Calvaire, learn about the music business from industry professionals, or help raise awareness about... More »
After being closed since 9/11, this year the State Capitol dome finally reopened to the public. Although you now must sign up for a tour (free, but only available Monday through Friday) and still have to climb 99 steps to the top, your efforts are rewarded with a great view from the pinnacle of political power. And while the final steps leading to the outdoor balcony are still off-limits, that loss is more than made up for by the addition of Mr. Brown's Attic, a museum packed with Capitol... More »
The State Capitol is full of many surprising finds -- and that's even before you set foot on the floor of the House or the Senate. For starters, there's the fact that unlike at the Denver City and County Building, the Capitol has no security check, so you can wander in and out at will. And as you wander, you can gaze at great artwork dating from all eras of Colorado history, look up at the impressive interior of the dome (now closed to most traffic, sadly), and even see a public servant or... More »
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