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So much great history and many stories. I'm so glad I worked in this building.
Take the dome tour, the view is worth it.
Enjoy the view of the Rocky Mountains at the top of the steps facing west. Take in the splendor of the sparkling gold dome, just refurbished. Can you find the step marking one mile high? (5,280 ft.)
One Mile Above Sea Level is the 13th step of the Colorado State Capital. America The Beautiful! RWR
Visit during a parade (like Memorial Day, which goes right down Lincoln Street) to get a great vantage point of the festivities.
La mejor protesta en el ciudad 🚫🚫🚫🚫👊
Saturday, June 22 Catholic Fortnight for Freedom kickoff, talks with Archbishop's talk at 1:30p "Not just a political battle, a spiritual battle. We are to be light and salt to the world."
Don't miss the gold dome capital building in Colorado, just blocks away from the hotel.
No matter what your opinion, it doesn't matter if you don't vote. Vote.
Tim W Jackson has been here 500+ times, ask him!
we have no one who is Hispanic in our tour - and our guide hardly speaks English - long two hours!!! pour kids
Take a photo on the Mile High Step!
State law prohibits the construction of any structure that would block the view (of like 200 mountain peaks) from the golden dome.
Hispanic Electeds are connected to the Nat'l Assoc. of Latino Elected Officials-
Girl working outside of House Chambers is a total bitch.
Do NOT do the guided tour, or at least make sure it isn't lupe
The Colorado Capitol will be the host of the start and the finish of Stage 7 of the USA Pro Challenge on August 26th.
Can you find George Washington's face in the marble in the West Wing of the First Floor?
Take a photo on the mile high step where you stand 5280 feet above sea level!
Stand at exactly one mile above sea level on the gold-domed capitol’s steps and take a free tour of the building’s magnificent, historic interior.
If you are bringing your kids, stop by and see Representative Robert Ramirez for a We The People braclet for your child!
No lobbyists allowed
If you can make it past security, head to the broom closet in the hallway on the left, next to the governor's office. I left half a bag of corn chips there in case anyone gets hungry. Enjoy!
The Denver State Capitol uses the entire world's supply of Colorado onyx as wainscot paneling. Seriously, the world's supply. No more has ever been found.
The 13th step of the state capital building in Denver is exactly one mile above sea level.
Welcome to the Colorado Capitol. This is truly one of the most historic buildings in Denver. Be sure to check out the House Chamber, Senate Chamber and old Supreme Court Chamber.
The Colorado capitol was locally sourced -- its 272-foot-tall tower with marble from Gunnison, rose onyx inside from Beulah and the dome's gold donated by the Colorado Mining Association, LEED (EB).
Go up to the dome. It's worth it!
Don't touch the gold!
If you visit Denver you need to find the 5280 step, to take a picture. You'll be standing exactly 1 mile above sea level.
Great Capitol. Very historic. Gold dome under renovation. Mile high (5280 ft) marker on west steps of Capitol.
On Saturday mornings you can catch @pugofwar doing Tai Chi on the steps. If he gets winded, he will take a break and sip on Chai tea.
All known reserves of Beulah red marble were used to construct much of the capitol building.
Take the tour of the building. It's free, takes about 45 minutes and it's fascinating. You can then take the narrow staircase to the Dome and get great views of the city and the Rocky Mountains.
Includes, early Colorado history, capitol construction, the lawmaking process, several stained glass windows, women's Gold tapestry, presidential portraits, and the Senate chambers.