Tours and Tickets

The 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 the Washington office with at least 8-12 weeks advance notice whenever possible.

The Washington, DC office can help request advance Congressional tour tickets for the following attractions:

U.S. Capitol
The White House
Bureau of Engraving & Printing
Library of Congress
Kennedy Center
Supreme Court
National Archives

Tickets are provided 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 the office in the Longworth House Office Building (room 1401). The staff will be happy to provide you with a gallery pass to attend a session of the House of Representatives or Senate.

For information on sightseeing and attractions, please visit the Washington, DC Tourism Information page.

Requested Tours

Please select the tours you are interested in: (Check all that apply)

visitthecapitol.gov
moneyfactory.gov
kennedy-center.org
loc.gov
archives.gov
supremecourtus.gov
whitehouse.gov

If you would like to request a White House tour, the following information is also required for each member of your party:

White House tours may be submitted up to 6 months in advance, but no later than 3 weeks before the requested tour date.

Each person in your tour party must submit security information to the White House via a link they provide.

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Travel Dates and Information
(You must be available 7 a.m. to 6 p.m. on any date you put in this box. Also, please include any and all dates you are available)
Your Contact Information
Telephone

What are these options?
Constituents who are hard of hearing or use a video phone have the option to choose TDD or VP based on the type of device they are using. This allows our office to respond to them accordingly. The default option "Voice" is a standard audible telephone.

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