Status of DC Attractions

Many attractions in Washington, DC have temporarily changed public access because of the COVID-19 (coronavirus) pandemic.
 

Below is a list with status updates, updated on Friday, March 13, 2020:

  • White House

    • Public tours temporarily suspended.
       
  • U.S. Capitol Building

    • Public tours temporarily suspended through March 31, 2020. Link
       
  • Arlington Cemetery

    • Public access temporarily suspended. Link
       
  • Bureau of Engraving and Printing

    • Public tours temporarily suspended. Link
       
  • FBI

    • Public tours temporarily suspended.
       
  • Ford’s Theatre

    • Public access and performances temporarily suspended through April 5, 2020. Link
       
  • Holocaust Museum

    • Public access temporarily suspended through March 29, 2020. Link
       
  • Kennedy Center

    • Public performances and events temporarily suspended through March 31, 2020. Link
       
  • Library of Congress

    • Public access temporarily suspended through March 31, 2020. Link
       
  • National Archives

    • After today, public access temporarily suspended. Link
       
  • Pentagon Building

    • Public tours temporarily suspended. Link
       
  • Smithsonian Institution

    • Public access temporarily suspended. Link
       
  • State Department

    • Public tours temporarily suspended through April 5, 2020. 
       
  • Treasury Building

    • Public tours temporarily suspended through April 24, 2020. 
       
  • U.S. Supreme Court

    • Public access temporarily suspended. Link