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I have seen other reviews on this and the newer portion of it was never the state capitol building. Guthrie was the state capital and the original portion of the building was. None the less it is well worth the time to check this out.
All of the elegance you would expect from the building where President Roosevelt signed Oklahoma's statehood. LOOK FOR THE VERY SPECIAL PEN. Admire the marble everywhere, every color the architecture, wonderful. Take the tour and ask questions, you'll find the answers amazing.
A very interesting place to visit. Our tour guide was exceptional. He answered every question we had and covered the history very well. I highly recommend this tour to anyone interested in the history of Masons.
This is an amazing tribute to architecture in North Central Oklahoma. A lot of the building has been restored and it is well taken care of. The amazing stained glass, golden accents, and marble floors are something to behold.
Once of the finest structures in Oklahoma. This was the original seat of the state until it was relocated to Oklahoma City. The outside and inside of the building are very well preserved and a gem of Oklahoma Architecture.
The Scottish Rite temple is massive with its impressive columns and lavish, historical interior. The building is big enough to host a state dinner with marble floors, stained glass, and gold finishing. It truly feels like you've stepped back in time. A wedding here, especially...More
Found a grumpy mason,who gruffly asked us what we were doing and when we told him we were looking for a geocache he angrily stated, "I wish they would take it out of here." The cache was gone, so he got his wish. However, his...More
My friend and I were curious about this place so we decided to take a guided tour. The tour lasted at least an hour and was only $5 per person. You cannot take an unguided tour. Our tour guide was a longtime Mason and very...More