Minnesota State Capitol

75 Rev Dr, Saint Paul, MN 55155 Directions

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Report | a year ago
We've done two tours at the Capitol and both were very interesting. We will go back for more!
Report | a year ago
Lauren P.
Loved it...what a great option of fun afternoon.
Report | a year ago
Dora H.
The experience was nice, I now would like to see other state capitols.
Report | a year ago
Phillip M.
Such a beautiful, interesting place to visit and explore.
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Annamarie W.
Great tour!
Report | 2 years ago
Very interesting and informative. We will definitely be back for some of the other tours.
Report | 2 years ago
Arlene G.
Great tour.
Report | 2 years ago
Kristen F.
Great tour!
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From Our Editors

In 1905, the Minnesota State Capitol building opened to the public; more than a century later, it continues to welcome more than 120,000 visitors each year to the home of the state government’s three branches. Designed in the Beaux-Arts style by acclaimed architect Cass Gilbert, the building lays claim to world’s second-largest self-supporting marble dome, a title the dome maintains by working a second job as the back-up roof of the Metrodome. Within the white Georgia marble and Saint Cloud–granite exterior of the edifice, 67 senators and 134 representatives wrangle with politics while striding through stately corridors and chambers decorated by murals, sculptures, and paintings carefully selected by Gilbert to complement the building’s elegant style. Hand-painted arabesques and local flora swirl overhead on the vaulted ceilings, and the brushstrokes of John LaFarge depict legal concepts above the bench of Minnesota’s supreme court. Visitors can drop into the rathskeller café, which evokes a German eating hall with restored murals, for a bite to eat and a toast to the health of the state’s royal family.

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