Visiting DC and Tour Requests
We apologize for any inconvenience, but with the current uncertainty surrounding COVID-19, the Capitol Visitor Center has ceased accepting reservations for Capitol tours. We encourage our constituents to continue to monitor this page as you will find updates on touring processes when the Capitol Visitor Center creates a plan for re-opening and accommodating tour groups.
Feel free to check the Capitol Visitor Center Website for updates on tour availability.
Notice: The White House Visitors Office has suspended all tours until further notice. At this time, congressional offices are unable to submit any tour requests to the White House.
Please check back to this website in the future to submit a White House tour request. If you have any questions, you may contact our office at (202) 224-3154.
Our nation's capitol is filled with historic landmarks and cultural institutions that people of all ages can enjoy. Below you'll find information to help you plan your trip to Washington, including a list of many of the area's monuments, museums, and other tourist attractions.
My office is happy to help arrange tours at some of D.C.'s most iconic sites. 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 21 days to three months in advance. My office can assist in scheduling these tours for you. If you are interested in a tour, please follow the link below to fill out the online request form 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.