D.C. Tour Requests
If you’re planning a visit to Washington, D.C., my office can help you make arrangements for some of the more popular federal attractions in our Nation’s Capital.
We are able to help you reserve tours to the White House, the U.S. Capitol, the Library of Congress, the Kennedy Center, the Supreme Court, and the Bureau of Engraving and Printing.
These tours are a fun and educational way to see all that the nation’s capital has to offer, and all of them are free of charge. Tickets are provided to my constituents on a first-come, first-served basis. Due to the large number of visitors, please request them as early as possible in order to maximize your chances of receiving admission.
My door is always open to you, so please don’t hesitate to stop by my office, Room 1131 in the Longworth House Office Building, to visit with me and my staff while you’re here.
Please call my Washington, D.C. office at (202) 225 3901 for more information or Submit This Form.
We recommend tours be requested 8-10 weeks in advance due to the large number of requests. All Tours other than Capitol Tours must be requested a minimum of 1 month in advance. White House tours must be requested at least six to eight weeks in advance due to high demand and security reasons.
U.S. Capitol Visitors Center
The mission of the Visitor Center at the U.S. Capitol is to provide a welcoming and educational environment for visitors to learn about the unique characteristics of the House and the Senate and the legislative process as well as the history and development of the architecture and art of the U.S. Capitol.
Information on tours and points of interest in the Washington, D.C. area.
White House Visitors Office
Information on White House tours.
U.S. Capitol Campus
Information presented by the Architect of the Capitol for everyone who wants to learn more about the Capitol and what it means.
The House Chamber
The Chamber of the United States House of Representatives.
Virtual Tour of Capitol
Explore the Nation’s Capitol.
The Hall of the House of Representatives
This exhibition features the House of Representatives as it was during the half century it met in this chamber. The Old Hall of the House, now known as Statuary Hall, is one of the most historic spaces in the United States Capitol.
Map of Capitol Grounds
The Capitol, House and Senate office buildings are noted.
Map of the DC Metro (Subway) System
A map of the Washington, D.C. transit system, showing subway lines and stations. Note: The Blue or Orange Subway Lines access the Capitol South station, which brings you the closest to House of Representatives office buildings.
National Park Service
Information on National Park Service units in the Nation’s Capitol.