- As of right now, the Bureau of Engraving and Printing and FBI Educational Center remain closed due to COVID-19 precautions. Therefore, our office is unfortunately unable to request these tours at this time.
- The White House has also announced plans to reopen for public tours on April 15th. Although, tours will only be conducted on Fridays and Saturdays for the foreseeable future. If you are not visiting D.C. on a Friday or Saturday, we will be unable to request a tour for your group.
- The US Capitol building has reopened tours as of March 28th and we will be able to conduct staff-led tours of up to 15 visitors. If you would like to tour the Capitol on your own, please feel free to reserve a tour through the Capitol Visitors Center here.
- The Library of Congress has officially reopened, all visitors must make their own reservations here.
- Pentagon tours are available on a limited basis for U.S. citizens on Tuesdays and Thursdays at 10 a.m. and 1 p.m. Pentagon tour guides will conduct tours for up to 20 people during each time slot. U.S. citizens who would like to tour the Pentagon must register at least two weeks in advance and will require clearance to enter the Pentagon by the Pentagon Forces Protection Agency. If you would like to request a Pentagon please do so here.
- Additionally, all of the Smithsonian museums have reopened or will be reopening in the near future. All information about which museums are open and which require reserved timed entry passes can be found here
- There are also plenty of monuments and memorials to see throughout D.C., but the main ones are accessible by walking the National Mall. A list of monuments you can see along the Mall and information about them can be found here.
- There are also a few places to visit just outside the city in Virginia. The first is Arlington National Cemetery, the United States military cemetery which is located right across the Potomac river in Arlington. You can find information about the cemetery here. Similarly, about 30 minutes south of D.C. is Mount Vernon, the home and final resting place of George Washington. You can find information to plan a visit here.
All tour tickets are requested by my staff and provided to my constituents on a limited first-come, first-served basis. Due to the large number of visitors to our nation’s Capital, please request tickets as early as possible. White House tours should be requested at least 100 days in advance and cannot be accommodated later than three weeks in advance.
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For information on sightseeing and attractions, please visit my Washington DC Tourism Information page.