Our group goes every year. The building is lovely. The grounds are flawless. Just FYI. Lots of stairs. My student do a treasure hunt during the visit on the 3rd floor. They love it.
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We were given a small map to assist our self guided tour, although there were a number of helpful staff throughout the building. You need identification in order to gain entry, something that we forgot on a previous trip, and therefore missed out. Judy in...More
Lovely building and statues. Staff were pleasant and helpful. Lots of stuff thanking confederate heroes which was not to our taste, but that's a personal opinion and it's all part of the history I guess. Free entry.
AND it is free! We spent an afternoon visiting the building and learned more about Georgia History and products than I thought possible. This is a low-key but good set of exhibits lining the center and hallways of one of the floors. In addition there...More
Their website says operation hours are such and such and visitors should use such and such entrances. When I got there, all were closed without any notice. A policeman was standing in the hallway so faraway from the entrance, so I could barely see him....More
We enjoy visiting the different states capitols - it was very pretty inside - didn't have time for the museum but enjoyed walking around
It's fall break and this time we are off to Atlanta GA. First day, expected to be hot for October, we focused on inside locations, starting with the Capitol. Arrived fairly early and found street parking easily, although there are several parking facilities in the...More
The Georgia State Capitol is a beautiful building and the architecture is gorgeous. On the 4th floor there is a museum where you can learn about Georgia. With no admission fee, it is worth the visit!
FREE! Lots of portraits and busts, beautiful assembly rooms, library, rotunda. The top floor features a history museum of Georgia from its geology, to first inhabitants, to colonization, Revolutionary War, to involvement in other battles/war, to the present. No need to go anywhere else to...More
My boyfriend and I visited the state capitol on a Thursday around 4 in the afternoon. We took a self guided tour of the building. They provided us with a map and we were free to enjoy the state capitol at our own pace! Self...More