California State Capitol Museum
90 locals recommend ·
Tips from locals
The State Capitol is worth a visit. This historic building has lots to see and the grounds are beautiful.
The Capitol dome is one of the largest, and dare I say one of the most beautiful, in the United States.
State capitol that is also museum. This is a great place to learn about California history.
Conveniently close by. Great for vacationing as well as doing business with State agencies and legislators.
Chance to see the State Capitol of California. It is a lovely building with a nice tour.
Well, its the capitol of California! You can enter for free and look around the beautiful architecture and learn a little history. You can also see dioramas of each county of California.
Tour the State Capitol and its beautiful garden grounds. Great food trucks parked there daily for lunch.
Sacramento is California's fourth state capitol The building dates back to the 1800s, and underwent a multi-million dollar restoration. The gardens behind are lovely, especially the rose garden.
The California State Capitol is home to the government of California. The building houses the state legislature and the office of the governor, Gerry Brown. After visiting the capitol building you can take a walk through the State Capitol Park, and eat at Cafeteria 15L where you may run into some…
Take a tour of the capital. It is free and so much to learn about the history of our great state.
Obviously, Sacramento is the capitol of California. If you're not a elementary school student, I'd suggest to just walk though Capitol block and takes some pictures and enjoy the weather! There are a ton of shops, eateries, and cafes nearby.
State Capitol is a Historic site and there are plenty of gardens and walking trails around the capitol to site see.
The state capitol has tours or you can tour it yourself. Beautiful for photos.
California State Capitol- you can walk through and see some California history! And it's free.
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