Thank you for contacting our office about touring the White House, U.S. Capitol, and FBI buildings. We are committed to ensuring the safety of all our visitors, and we appreciate your continued patience and cooperation as the White House, Capitol and other federal agencies work collaboratively to reopen to the American people.

White House Tours:

White House tours are scheduled to resume on Friday, April 15th. Tours are available from 8:00 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. on Fridays and Saturdays, excluding federal holidays or unless otherwise noted. The White House Visitors Office releases dates for requests through an online portal three (3) months ahead of time. Our office will do everything possible to secure you a tour, but tickets are very difficult to obtain. It is not possible to request a specific time of day and tours can be as early as 8 am. Tickets are provided on a first-come, first-served basis. We strongly recommend that you do not schedule your trip around the White House tour in the event that you are unable to secure tickets.

FBI Building Tours:

Tours of the FBI remain suspended until further notice.

Capitol Tours:

Staff-led tours are held once a week with a maximum of 15 guests per staff person week and are available through time-specific reservations.

All tickets are provided on a first-come, first-served basis. To maximize your chances of securing tickets, please contact our office three to four months before your trip so that we can place a reservation. Admittance is determined by the individual tour site or agency, not my Congressional office. Our office does not learn the status of your tour until one to two weeks before the date, so please go forward with your plans to visit Washington D.C. Tours are subject to cancellations or time changes.

We encourage you to visit our web page for updates on the status of tours. You are also welcome to contact us at (202)- 225-4165 with any questions or concerns regarding tours.

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