Visiting DC

The following information will help you better plan an upcoming trip to Washington, D.C. Scroll down to find information on many of the area's monuments, museums and other tourist attractions.
**If this request is regarding tickets or information about the Inaugural Ceremonies, please click here.
Please see the following list of tour sites and resources that will be helpful as you plan your visit. Some tours require no reservations; others require reservations well in advance of your tour date. For example, you will need to contact my office to arrange a White House tour forty days to six months in advance. Senator Burr's office can assist in scheduling these tours for you. Please fill out the tour request form, which is linked below, or call (202) 224-3154.
While rare, electronic transmission errors do happen.  Tour requests are answered within one week, so if you have not heard from a staff member on your request, please call (202) 224-3154. 

IF YOU ARE INTERESTED IN A TOUR, please email with the following information:

Home and Cell numbers:
E-mail address:
Number in group:
Dates available for tours:
Special needs:

Also, note which tours you are interested in: United States Capitol, White House, Supreme Court, National Archives, Bureau of Engraving, Library of Congress, National Cathedral, Kennedy Center, Department of State 

DC Tour Links