Idaho State Capitol

  • Address: 700 W Jefferson St, Boise, ID 83702, USA, United States
  • Phone: +1-2083321012
  • Ticket Price: Free
  • Time Required: 01:00 Hrs
  • Tags: Family And Kids, Architecture , Heritage Building

Idaho State Capitol - Review

The capitol building although being a government property, is one of the most popular tourist attractions in Idaho, thanks to its unique architecture and elegant, almost ethereal look. Situated in the centre of Boise, the beautiful building is doused in all white with its milk like sandstone walls and elegantly carved pillars. Though the entrance to the functional rooms are closed for visitors (except for those with permission), the premises endowed with numerous statues and a nice long park area is accessible for everyone to just sit for a while, discuss the politics and other interesting happenings of the world or just have a quiet nice time admiring the surrounding.

Idaho State Capitol Information

  • Guided tours are available only for a group of more than 5.
  • Groups of fewer than 5 people are allowed to tour the Capitol at their convenience.
  • Reservations must be done minimum two weeks and maximum 6 months in advance.

Idaho State Capitol Ticket Prices

  • Prices may vary. Contact the authorities for more info. 

Idaho State Capitol Hours

  • Building premises are open for public.
  • Guided tours are available from 10AM and 1PM from Monday to Friday.  

How To reach Idaho State Capitol by Public Transport

  • Bus Station- 8th & State 

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  • Idaho State Capitol Address: 700 W Jefferson St, Boise, ID 83702, USA, United States
  • Idaho State Capitol Contact Number: +1-2083321012
  • Idaho State Capitol Price: Free
  • Time required to visit Idaho State Capitol: 01:00 Hrs
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Things to Know Before Visiting Idaho State Capitol

  • 61.62% of people who visit Boise include Idaho State Capitol in their plan

  • 51.28% of people start their Idaho State Capitol visit around 2 PM - 3 PM

  • People usually take around 1 Hr to see Idaho State Capitol

Friday, Saturday and Sunday

93.11% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Idaho State Capitol

People normally club together Boise Greenbelt and Boise Escape while planning their visit to Idaho State Capitol.

* The facts given above are based on traveler data on TripHobo and might vary from the actual figures

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Idaho State Capitol, Boise Reviews

  • What a beautiful building. When we travel to new States, we like to stop at the Capitol Buildings. this one is absolutely gorgeous. You walk in and it's all white marble. Gorgeous White marble. There isn't a whole lot to see. On the garden view floor, there's a small area with some history and a little gift shop. on the 4th or 5th floor there's a couple of statues and you can look down in the center. there's meter parking all around. You probably won't spend more than an hour inside. There's no real Direction of where to go. There's no help desk or anything like that. Definitely worth a pop in just to look at the beautiful marble, if nothing else.

  • Huge building that represents the importance of it. I didn't go inside, but from the outside it looked beautiful. You can take a picture in front of the bill located in front of the main entrance.

  • What a beautiful piece of Idaho history. As an Idaho native, I was great visiting for the first time.

  • Interest, educational and fun place to explore with the family. The building is beautiful and a historic treasure for the people of Idaho. So many exhibits covering our State's history and a neat experience to be able to explore.

  • Every review is spot on A great place to kill time. To take in some history of the state. To see how the people elected represent. And photo opportunities galore.

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