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Ohio Statehouse, Columbus

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As a legislative government agency of the State of Ohio, the Capitol Square Review and Advisory Board (CSRAB) is charged with maintaining the historic character of the Ohio Statehouse and Capitol Square, while providing for the health, safety and convenience of those who work in and visit the complex. Additionally, as the administrator of all Ohio Statehouse social media platform sites, CSRAB has established the following posting guidelines for all Ohio Statehouse and CSRAB branded social media platform sites.

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  • Learned quite a bit about Ohio on our recent visit. We didn't have the opportunity to see the legislature in session but the museum on the lower floor was interesting.  more »
  • It deserves the "Very good" there is no doubt, at least as a whole; starting with the well-maintained Park and with the Statues of Columbus and the 25th President of the United States William McKinley outside and that, inevitable, of A.Lincoln inside, beautiful "Rotunda" and beautiful Dome, very elegant marble; unfortunately, it was not possible to access some environments including the House and Senate. The extreme proximity of so many tall buildings on one side of the structure is a bit strange.
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  • We visited from Cleveland, and it was a wonderful experience to see the Capitol of our own state. Even on a Monday morning it was a quick, painless drive from a nearby suburb where our hotel was. We parked in the garage under the building that was easy to find and very inexpensive (for 2 hours it was $4). We began the free tour in the Map Room that has all of the counties of Ohio in stone, which was a very beautiful tribute to each location. The tour guide was very friendly and knowledgeable about the history of the buildings, as well as current happenings in the government. It is a beautifully done Greek Revival style building that has many tributes to the history of Ohio. There is also a very interactive museum that houses modern displays of new government as well as the original Ohio declaration. Everyone was friendly, had a kind welcome and warm smile. We felt so welcome and will be happy to return- an overall great experience. It made us very proud to be Ohioans!
  • What an incredible experience. Beautiful architecture, wonderful history and well preserved and detailed grounds. We had a great time. Parking was easy and affordable and everyone was friendly. This is a great tribute to Ohioans and Americans alike.

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