**PLEASE NOTE - The White House Visitors Center is currently unavailable to accept tour requests. During this time, my office will be unable to submit new tour requests to the White House. However, we will continue to book tours for other federal attractions, and please do not hesitate to contact my office for any updates throughout this transition.**
My Washington, D.C. office is available for questions you may have about a visit to our nation's capital and can place requests for advance Congressional tour tickets to many of D.C.'s popular attractions and historical landmarks. Tour ticket availability varies throughout the year, so please contact my office with at least 8-12 weeks advance notice whenever possible.
My office can help request advance Congressional tour tickets for the following attractions:
The White House
Bureau of Engraving & Printing
Library of Congress
Tickets are provided to my Congressional office by each tour site on a first come, first served basis. Please be aware that even with significant advanced notice, tour requests for these attractions often fill up quickly, especially during the peak tourist season of February through August. You may receive confirmation of tour availability on a rolling basis, and often times, right up until the date of your departure.
When you arrive in D.C., please feel free to stop by my office in the Longworth House Office Building (room 1401). We will be happy to provide you with a gallery pass to attend a session of the House of Representatives or Senate.
For further help in planning a visit you can explore these websites to learn all that D.C. has to offer:
U.S. House of Representatives Visitor Information
Washington D.C. Convention and Tourism
Map of Capitol Hill campus vicinity
D.C. Metro rail system
Please submit the following information to request a tour. Please note that submitting this information does not guarantee your reservation for your tour request.
Please be advised that tours may be cancelled due to weather or national security issues.