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Alabama State Capitol, Montgomery
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  • I have visited approx. 15 state capitols and AL's is still one of the finest for me. It is evocative of the past, regal of it's nature, and placed in a lovely setting with the complex of white facade ...  more »
  • Impressive southern architecture inside and out. Obtained a free visitors parking pass from the TI at the old train station. Worked well on the grounds of the Capitol. The state flag display was worth...  more »
  • We were in town on a Sunday night, so could not go inside. But it's a lovely building on the outside, found the star on the steps where Jefferson Davis took his oath of office (and showed it to some l...  more »
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  • Nice place to visit for a civics lesson
  • This is the friendliest capitol I have visited. When we first came to the entrance Treasurer Young Boozer stopped to say hello before we went inside. He gave us a few tips and told us to visit his office for free Alabama lapels. Several staff members inside the Capitol greeted us and invited us into their offices. The Senate and House chambers are no longer used in the capitol but setup as they were the 1800's and 1985 and preserved for public viewing.
  • its would be good for a school field trip
  • They said that this was Alabama's House, no beer, no Lazy Boy, no shower, no pool, no jacuzzi WHAT LAME ASS WOULD LIVE HERE???
  • Very pretty building that really showcases the history of Alabama. Pretty nice people that worked there. I would say allow 45 minutes to explore this beautiful gem in montgomery.