Tours and Tickets
If you would like to set up tours for your trip to Washington, please first review this page. After you have determined which tours you hope to attend of those my office schedules, please use the form at the bottom of this page to submit your requests.
My Washington office is always happy to help you schedule tours of some of our capital's premiere attractions! Please contact us in Washington as early as possible so that we can do our best to ensure that your trip meets your expectations.
Also, please keep in mind that acceptance or denial of tours is handled completely by the tour site and not up to my office. All tours are offered on a first come, first served basis.
Enjoy your time in Washington, D.C.!
Requests can be submitted up to six months in advance and no less than 21 days in advance. You are encouraged to submit your request as early as possible as a limited number of spaces are available. All White House tours are free of charge. (Please note that White House tours may be subject to last minute cancellation.)
In order to submit a tour request, please have ready the full name (first, last, and middle initial), date of birth, Social Security number (for attendees over the age of 18), gender, current city and state of residence, and country of citizenship for each person that wants to attend the tour.
Please note: The tours are self-guided and are available from 7:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Tuesday through Saturday (excluding federal holidays or unless otherwise noted).
For more information about White House tours, please visit www.whitehouse.gov/about/tours-and-events.
While the following sites all offer public tours, my office is often able to arrange Congressional tours for my constituents. The links provided below will lead you directly to each attraction's tour website where you can find information regarding hours, ticket restrictions, directions, and contact numbers.
Please note that tours of the U.S. Capitol are now based out of the newly opened and beautiful Capitol Visitor Center (CVC). My office can make Capitol tour reservations for you as well as schedule tours for other sites, or you can now book your own tour of the Capitol/CVC.
- US Capitol building (including House and Senate Gallery passes)
- Bureau of Engraving and Printing, DC location
- Supreme Court
- Library of Congress
- Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts
All guided tours of the Pentagon are free and are available to schools, educational organizations and other select groups by reservation only. Tours are conducted Monday through Friday during normal working hours. Tours are not conducted on weekends or Federal holidays. Groups interested in touring the Pentagon should contact the Pentagon Tour Office at 703-697-1776. Additional information can be found on the Pentagon Tour Site
Federal Bureau of Investigation
The Federal Bureau of Investigation has resumed public tours. Tours are located at FBI headquarters at 935 Pennsylvania Avenue NW, Washington, DC 20535 and run at 9 a.m. and 10 a.m., Monday through Thursday (excluding federal holidays or unless otherwise noted). Requests must be submitted to the FBI at least 5 weeks in advance. Requests outside this timeframe cannot be accommodated.
The following sites allow the public to make direct reservations:
Other Visitor Information
There are many points of interest in our nation's capital that are open to the public and do not require tour reservations. While you are here, I would encourage you to visit our impressive national monuments, museums, and other popular visitor destinations. Below is a list of sites you may wish to consider:
Monuments & Memorials
- Washington Monument
- Arlington National Cemetery, including the Tomb of the Unknowns & the John F. Kennedy gravesite
- Korean War Veterans Memorial
- National Mall & Memorial Parks
- National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial
- Naval Historical Center and Museum
- US Marine Corps War Memorial
- US Navy Memorial and Naval Heritage Center
- Vietnam Veterans Memorial
- World War II Memorial
- Franklin Delano Roosevelt Memorial
- Jefferson Memorial
- Lincoln Memorial
- National Zoo
- Capital Children's Museum
- Marian Koshland Science Museum
- Discovery Theater (in the Arts & Industry building of the Smithsonian Institution)
Museums & Other Attractions
The Washington, D.C. area is home to hundreds of museums and galleries. The Washington Post Museum Guide can help you find those that are of particular interest to you. Here are some popular favorites:
- Smithsonian Institution Museums
- US Holocaust Memorial Museum
- Phillips Collection
- International Spy Museum
- Corcoran Gallery of Art
- Folger Shakespeare Library
- Mount Vernon
- Voice of America Studio Tours
** To submit your tour request we may need detailed information for each guest such as: name, birth date, place of birth, and social security number. Please be prepared to provide this information for members of your tour party when we respond to your request.