The Utah State Capitol is the main building in the entire Utah State Capitol Complex that is on Capitol Hill and overlooks the entire city below. The building was constructed between 1912 and 1916 and a renovation and expansion was begun in 2004. The outside of the building is very similar to the Parthenon in Greece and was constructed from Utah granite. There are five floors inside, including the basement, and there are many paintings and sculptures inside that share the history and heritage of the state.
Address: 320 E Capitol St, Salt Lake City, UT 84103