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Tours and Tickets

Welcome to our nation’s capital! There are many fascinating places to see during your visit. Please consider attending some of the historical sites our city has to offer, which we have listed below. Please be aware that our office is only able to request tours at a few select locations. Information on additional points of interest may be found below. 

If you wish to request our help in scheduling a tour please fill out our online form here. Please be aware that we are only able to book tours of the Capitol, White House, and Bureau of Engraving and Printing. We may assist you with booking a tour of the Library of Congress if your group has ten people or more.

U.S. Capitol

We are pleased to offer tours of the U.S. Capitol to our constituents. Please allow advance notice as consideration for our staff. Tours can also be arranged directly through the U.S. Capitol Visitor Center using an online reservation system.


The White House

You can request a White House tour up to 90 days from today’s date. Please be mindful that a request submitted through our congressional office does not automatically guarantee admittance but simply allows the White House to view the appropriate information before finally determining the status of the tour.
Once you submit your information through our online form, we will then process that information, submit a tour on your behalf and you will receive an RSVP link from the White House where you will enter your guest information through a secured link.
Please be sure to submit guest information correctly because once the form is submitted, our office will not have access to modify any dates or guest information. The White House will notify you of the status of your tour within 2-3 weeks of the requested tour date.

*The White House and Capitol will receive an influx of tour requests during the Spring and Summer months. Nearly 100,000 requests are submitted per month yet only about 5% of those requests are granted. Please keep this in mind and avoid booking any expensive trips or vacations based on a tour submission.

*The White House does not conduct tours on Sunday’s or Monday’s. Tours are conducted Tuesday-Saturday. 


Library of Congress

Our office is only able to schedule tours for groups of ten people or more. Constituents who wish to visit the Library of Congress in smaller groups are encouraged to visit their website for more information. 


Bureau of Engraving and Printing

Tours can be scheduled by our office to guarantee a reserved tour at 8:15 AM, or 8:45 AM. They also offer unreserved public tours every 15 minutes. Tickets must be picked up on the morning of the tour; doors open at 8 AM



The following points of interest are also popular in Washington, but unfortunately, our office is unable to book tours. Please refer to the websites listed below to learn more about booking tours of these sites.


White House Visitor Center
1450 Pennsylvania Ave. NW
Tuesday-Saturday from 7:30 AM – 4:00 PM
Admission is free to the general public.
Department of State
State Department - Main Entrance
2201 C Street NW
Monday – Friday, 9:30 AM, 10:30 AM, & 2:45 PM
U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum
Museum open to the general public and admission is free.
U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum
100 Raoul Wallenberg Place, SW
June – February
Daily, 10:00 AM – 5:20 PM
March – May
Monday – Friday, 10:00 AM – 6:20 PM
Saturday – Sunday, 10:00 AM – 5:20 PM
Library of Congress
Tours can be scheduled by our office to guarantee a reserved tour. There are also unreserved tours available to the public.
The Jefferson Building
1st St. SE & Independence Ave. SE
Monday – Friday, 8:30 AM or 2:00 PM
Unreserved/ Open to the Public 10:30 AM, 11:30 AM, 1:30 PM, 2:30 PM, & 3:30 PM
FBI Education Center
The FBI Education Center offers public tours Monday – Friday from 9:00 a.m. until 3:00 p.m. The Education Center is slated to open in Mid-July yet the system will open in early April. Tour requests can be submitted up to 5.5 months in advance and no later than 3 weeks before the requested tour date. Please keep in mind that tour requests cannot exceed 50 guests.
The Kennedy Center
The Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts is open to the public for self-led walking tours. Admission is free to the general public.
The Kennedy Center Visitor Center
700 F Street, NW
Monday – Friday, 10:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Saturday – Sunday, 10:00 AM – 1:00 PM
National Gallery of Art
The museum open to the general public:
National Gallery of Art
4th & Constitution Ave., NW
Monday – Saturday, 10:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Sunday, 11:00 AM – 6:00 PM
African American History and Culture Museum
Exhibitions on view at the National Museum of American History
Second Floor, East Wing
14th Street and Constitution Avenue, NW
African Art Museum
950 Independence Ave., SW
Air and Space Museum
Independence Ave. at 6th St., SW
American Art Museum
8th and F Streets, NW
American History Museum
1400 Constitution Ave., NW
American Indian Museum
4th St. and Independence Ave., SW
Anacostia Community Museum
1901 Fort Place, SE
Arts and Industries Building
900 Jefferson Drive, SW
Freer Gallery of Art
Jefferson Dr. and 12th St., SW
Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden
Independence Ave. at 7th St., SW
National Zoo
3001 Connecticut Ave., NW
Natural History Museum
10th St. and Constitution Ave., NW
Portrait Gallery
8th St. and F. St., NW
Postal Museum
2 Massachusetts Ave., NE
Renwick Gallery
1661 Pennsylvania Ave., NW (at 17th Street)
Sackler Gallery
1050 Independence Ave., SW
Smithsonian Institution Building, The Castle
1000 Jefferson Drive, SW
National Mall & Memorial Parks
All memorials and parks are available to the general public. Open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week and admission is free to the general public.
African American Civil War Memorial
Constitution Gardens
District of Columbia War Memorial
East Potomac Park
Ford’s Theatre National Historic Site and the House Where Lincoln Died
Franklin Delano Roosevelt Memorial
Hispanic Heroes on Virginia Ave., NW
Japanese American Memorial to Patriotism During World War II
Korean War Veterans Memorial
Lincoln Memorial
Martin Luther King, Jr. Memorial
National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial
Old Post Office Tower
Pennsylvania Avenue National Historic Site and Park
Thomas Jefferson Memorial
Vietnam Veterans Memorial
Washington Monument
West Potomac Park
World War II Memorial