Visiting Washington, D.C.

NOTICE: A limited number of public tours of the Capitol have resumed. You may place an online tour request by filling out this tour form.

Please click HERE for up-to-date resources for visitors to the District of Columbia.

Are you planning a visit to Washington, D.C.? While visiting the District of Columbia, I encourage you and your family to contact my office ahead of your visit. My office can help you make arrangements for some of the more popular attractions in the nation's capital.


We are able to help you reserve tours to the White House, the U.S. Capitol and the FBI Experience. You can self-book tours for the Library of Congress, the National Archivesthe Kennedy Center, the Supreme Court, the National Museum of African American History & Culturethe Bureau of Engraving and Printing and the National Cathedral. You may place an online tour request by filling out this tour form. These tours are of no charge to you and all tickets are provided to my constituents on a first-come, first-served basis. Due to the large number of visitors, please request tickets as early as possible in order to maximize your chances. Visitors should only submit one White House tour request. Submitting requests through different Congressional offices will cause your requests to be denied automatically.

You will be asked to confirm district residency prior to filling out the form. If you do not know the four digit +4 extension for your zip code, please check the U.S. Postal Service website for more information. If you have any difficulties, please phone (202) 225-2605 or email to report an issue.

Washington, D.C. Tourism Information

There is more to see in Washington, D.C. than just the White House or the Capitol Building. View an extensive listing of other attractions and sights to see while visiting by clicking the link above.