Alaska State Capitol Building
120 East 4th Street, Juneau, AK, USA
Alaska State Capitol Building Juneau Reviews
Lesson in History and Government Jul 04, 2012
The Alaska State Capitol Building is open to the public for tours Monday - Saturday. Tours are free and last about a halfhour.
We went on a Saturday morning and the group consisted of the three of us and another couple, led by a college student. He was very rehearsed, but also very knowledgeable when it came to any question we asked. Tour guide greet you at the door, and then the tour is begins on the fifth floor in the Senate Finance Committee Hearing Room, and also goes through the Hall of Governors and the Senate and House Chambers. After the tour, we were told the building is completely open to the public and we could explore it if we'd life.
The Alaska State Capitol is within walking distance of the port. I don't know street names, but walk straight along all the tourists shops (like the Alaska T-shirt Company and Jade Store), away from the port. There will be signs that direct the way to the Capitol Building.
If you are interested in history or government, I recommend visiting the Alaska State Capitol Building.
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