We spent our last travel day in Utah in Salt Lake City. We left Midway in the morning and stopped at Vineyard by Lake Utah to visit family. After that we still had several hours before our flight home.
This was not our first time in Salt Lake City so we had already visited some of the sights like Temple Square. This time we decided to visit the Capitol Building. Utah State Capitol is open to everyone to visit and is located on Capitol Hill. It was built between 1912 and 1916. You can start your tour from the small visitor center on the other side of the road and they will tell you what all you can see inside.
A few pictures of the building:
If you are interested collecting stamps, there is a stamp program for capitol buildings called The Capitol Collection. This little book has a lot of information about capitols and you get a memory from your visit. You can take the challenge and try visiting all 52 of them but some of them are actually very small or open only a few days a week. Anyway, I got my first stamp and now I am interested to see how long it takes for me to get another one.