Tours and Tickets
Notice: COVID-19 Update
To protect the health and safety of our community and our constituents, all Capitol, Library of Congress, and FBI tours have been suspended until further notice. The White House is also cancelling some of their tours, and has emailed cancellations to groups directly. If you haven’t received a White House cancellation, your tour is still on for the moment.
The Capitol and House Office Buildings will only be open to Members and staff. These measures will remain in effect until April 1.
All Smithsonian museums in Washington, D.C., including the National Zoo, will temporarily close to the public starting Saturday, March 14 until further notice. All tours and special events at the Institution have also been postponed.
This decision was made by the tour sites, and in accordance with public health guidelines. My staff and I will do our best to notify you of any cancellations -- but this is a rapidly evolving situation, and I encourage you to reach out directly to the tour sites for the most up to date information.
All tickets are provided to my 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.
Notice: White House Tours
White House tour requests require at least a three weeks advance notice and can be submitted to the White House up to three months in advance through my office. My office will hold on to your request and submit it to the White House once your requested dates become available to submit. Once your request is submitted, you will receive a follow up email directly from the White House with a secure link for you to submit security information.
Please note that the outcome of your request is solely at the discretion of the White House. My office does not control the acceptance or denial of tour requests, nor the day or time of approved White House tours. The White House does not conduct tours on Sundays or Mondays and may cancel scheduled tours at any time due to official business.
Please visit the White House Tours & Events webpage here for information on forms of identification, prohibited items, as well as other details.
Notice: Washington Monument
The Washington Monument has reopened to the public. For information on tours and tickets, please visit the National Park Service website here.