History Of Utah State Capitol
When you travel to Utah one of the first things you must see to understand its history is the capitol. The Utah State Capitol is found on North Capitol Hill which is one of the most interesting places in Utah. It was built in 1915 and has undergone multiple stages of renovation to make it into one of top things to see in Salt Lake City. The history of the Capitol is rich with its connections to the Mormon Church and its pioneers who traveled west to Utah and built the Capitol in Salt Lake City Utah. Utah’s Capitol was built by Richard A. Kletting who focused on a Corinthian order, Neoclassical architecture design.
Reasons to Visit
Many people visit Utah’s capitol to enjoy some of the greatest walking trails in Utah. North Capitol Hill has many paved and unpaved trails around it that allow visitors to bring their dogs and enjoy the great scenery Salt Lake City provides. It is a great place to enjoy a picnic with your family or learn more about the history of Utah by going on a tour.