The Statehouse is located in downtown Boise and easy to get to, FREE to visit and fluff great historical lore. You will discover a secret about the marble columns and be able admire huge solid antique wood doors. In the basement is a tiny gift shop, and be sure to look up....amazing!!
Whether your are just visiting, a newcomer, or a long time resident, you will be rewarded by a visit to our state capital building to enjoy the beautiful decorations and the building's grandeur. You might even be lucky enough to visit when one of the many musical groups that come by during the holidays is performing. Our state house is... 更多
Fabulous building; architecture and marble are breathtaking! To my surprise, coming from another state, the Capital Building is open without a security system. Amazing in this day and age.
It's almost a big park, but wish it was even MORE park-like. Could use more shady spaces and seating areas to really take it to the next level. The building itself is beautiful, though.
An amazing building that defies expectations for its time. A beautiful walk up through its surrounding gardens unveil a gorgeous white marble foyer. We were fortunate to see the Christmas tree from the area being prepared to be delivered to Washington DC.
The Capitol is a wonder. The domed ceiling and all the nooks and crannies all have a story. It is all accessible to the public. The basement offers a self guided tour of the history of the building and each wing have every State Representative, Senator and Governor.
I love downtown Boise for many reasons and this place is one of them! Awesome historic buildings and monuments. Idaho history is actually very interesting! Its a great place to take pics and relive a bit of the past. If you are visiting, this is a great place to go!
This is a great and grand building inside and out! Impressive facades. Outstanding architectural details .Beautiful and almost endless marble on floors, walls, and stairways. Art and history throughout its corridors. Accessible to everyone. Very impressive. Definitely a must visit in Boise!