There were so many amazing views to be had on the behind-the-scenes tour of the State House that I’m going to break this into multiple parts. The above is the view inside the dome at the State House–beautiful and remarkable. And well cared for. As an aside, if you look closely in this pic and you can see our awesome video artist and producer, Jeremiah Nickerson of Nickerson Films who I am so grateful for and honored to work with!

Below is looking down on the stained glass you will see above you when you walk into the heart and center of the State House. This below view is from the same level where you then ascend via the spiral stairs featured above.

The below image shows the stained glass as most people see it on a daily basis.

And finally, a glimpse outside the window towards the monument from within the wall of the dome. Imagine the view workers in the late 1890’s and early 1900’s had as the Monument was being constructed…

One response to “Room With a View: Inside the State House Dome”

  1. basil berchekas jr says:

    THAT is an engineering marvel, especially for its “time”!

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