What a wonderful surprise - you can join a tour or self tour - the choice is yours. And it is free. The history and information on show was lovely. Great place to visit
We spent from 9-3 and could have spent more time. The tour lasted about an hour and was very informative. We sat through the House of Representatives session in the gallery while listening to many of our state representatives speak and it was very educational. Lunch in The House cafeteria was reasonable and the menu had good variety.
My son and I had a meeting with the Lt. Governor at the State Capitol. The building is beautiful and the architecture is worth seeing. Security is good and I highly recommend you take a look if you are in town.
We visited from 3 to 5PM on the Friday of New Years Day weekend, and took ourselves on a self-guided tour using prepared directions available at the information desk to the rotunda's north side on the main floor. Entrance is free, and controlled by State Capital officers and staff. It's so easily walked by or driven by, yet it's so... 更多
Impressive building visible from a number of streets when walking around the city. Free tours of the building with knowledgable guide or you can walk around by yourself. Good sense of history throughout the building from both a legislature and Supreme Court perspective. Allow an hour or two to stroll the building and grounds. No charge
glad i did this tour. amazing building and history. i learned so much . def sign up for this tour. it was nice since no kids were there .
The historical facts you'll learn and the architectural detail of the Indiana Statehouse is a history buff's, student of architecture's and photographer's dream. I recently spent a couple of hours in the building on a self-guided tour that included the governor's office, the Supreme Court, the House and the Senate. Read the descriptions of every statue to uncover some interesting... 更多
We don't have a chance to visit inside the capitol since it was Sunday. However walking surrounding the state capitol also cool... it sit next to all state offices, old/vintage building. We got some pretty picture while walking around it.