Salt Lake City—As the 2018 legislative session approaches, more and more interest will turn to the Utah State Capitol. Now, Utah residents can visit the capitol whenever they want by taking the Utah.Gov virtual 360-degree tour.
“It’s an amazingly fun tour of the building,” said David Fletcher, Utah Chief Technology Officer. “Next to visiting the capitol, the virtual tour is the best way to visit and learn more about the history and workings of the building.”
Website visitors can explore the capitol by moving in any direction in the 360-degree image and viewing points of interest that include exterior buildings, legislative chambers, artwork and building information. Property features can be seen from every angle and individuals can zoom in to see more detail. The tour’s exclusive access to the capitol provides stunning views that are not usually available to visitors.
“Our goal is to provide as much insight into state government in the most efficient way possible,” said Mike Hussey, State of Utah, Chief Information Officer. “It’s truly revolutionizing the way Utahns can tour the property and get a perspective you’ve never really been able to experience before without actually being here.”
To take the tour, visit Utah.Gov.