Minnesota State Capitol is at 75 Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd. Designed by Cass Gilbert, the Italian Renaissance building incorporates sculpture, stenciled ceilings, murals, stone and elements of color. More than 25 varieties of marble, limestone, sandstone and granite were utilized in its construction. The self-supporting marble dome is one of the world's tallest. Highlights include the Governor's Reception Room and the chambers of the House of Representatives and Senate.
Note: The building is closed for a major restoration and repair project and is scheduled to reopen to visitors sometime in early 2017. Phone ahead for the latest updates.