Washington, D.C. Visits
COVID-19 UPDATE: Out of concern for the health and safety of the public, many Washington, D.C. institutions are currently closed. At this time, we are only accepting requests for tours of the White House. Please see below for more information on how to explore Washington, D.C. online.
All tickets are provided to constituents on a first-come, first-served basis. Due to the large number of visitors, please request them as early as possible in order to maximize your chances. For information on sightseeing and attractions, please visit the Washington, DC Tourism Information page.
To request a tour of the White House, please fill out the form below.
EXPLORE WASHINGTON DC FROM HOME
The U.S. Capitol Visitor Center is currently closed and tours are suspended. To take a video tour of the U.S. Capitol, click HERE. You can learn more about the U.S. Capitol and Congress and experience the Capitol Visitor Center’s virtual exhibits and podcast online at https://www.visitthecapitol.gov/.
The Bureau of Engraving and Printing is currently closed to all tours. You can learn more about how money is made online HERE.
The Supreme Court is currently closed to the public. To learn more about the history and traditions of the Supreme Court and its building, click HERE. To review transcripts of oral arguments heard by the Supreme Court, click HERE. Additionally, you can watch a livestream of Supreme Court proceedings HERE.
The FBI Experience is currently closed. Learn more about the history of the FBI and FBI Headquarters HERE.
The Kennedy Center is currently closed to tours and performances. Experience the Kennedy Center digital stage, including live performances at home, as well as full concerts and highlights from Kennedy Center stages and beyond HERE.
The Library of Congress is currently closed to the public, including tours. Learn more about the Library of Congress HERE.
Tours of the State Department’s Diplomatic Reception Rooms are currently cancelled. To learn more about the rooms, click HERE.