A view inside the rotunda of the NC Capitol in Raleigh. On two days this summer, the state will allow tours of the “secret” areas of Raleigh’s domed landmark, costing $17 a person.
A view inside the rotunda of the NC Capitol in Raleigh. On two days this summer, the state will allow tours of the “secret” areas of Raleigh’s domed landmark, costing $17 a person. Chuck Liddy NEWS & OBSERVER FILE PHOTO
A view inside the rotunda of the NC Capitol in Raleigh. On two days this summer, the state will allow tours of the “secret” areas of Raleigh’s domed landmark, costing $17 a person. Chuck Liddy NEWS & OBSERVER FILE PHOTO

Shaffer: What $17, per person, gets you on the NC Capitol tour

July 07, 2015 06:10 PM

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