Visiting DC

To help you plan your trip, we have included links to some of the most popular attractions and information about requesting specific tours. All the tours described below are free and open to the public unless otherwise noted.
You can request tours of the U.S. Capitol, Library of Congress, Federal Bureau of Investigation, Bureau of Printing and Engraving, and The White House through my office via our Tour Request Form. For your convenience, my office provides information on various additional sites and attractions in the Washington, D.C. area. While my office is happy to provide information on these locations, you must book tours or visits directly through their websites. Where applicable, we have provided hours of operation and links for you to book tours directly.
Availability for tours is limited, especially during peak travel seasons. Tours can fill up quickly and are allotted on a first-come, first-served basis. I encourage you to submit your Tour Request Form three months prior to your visit. For requests within 30 days of your visit to Washington, D.C., please contact the Tour Coordinator at (202) 224-2854 to inquire about last-minute availability.
If you have any further questions or concerns, please contact my office by calling (202) 224-2854 and asking for my Tour Coordinator. We look forward to welcoming you and your family to Washington, D.C.
  • The U.S. Capitol

  • Library of Congress

  • The Federal Bureau of Investigation

  • Bureau of Printing & Engraving

  • The White House

Other Attractions in Washington, D.C.

  • The Pentagon

  • The Kennedy Center

  • The United States Holocaust Memorial Museum

  • The United States Botanic Garden

  • The National Archives

  • Arlington National Cemetery

  • The National Cathedral

  • The United States Supreme Court Building

  • The Department of State

  • The United States National Arboretum

  • Mount Vernon

  • Smithsonian Institution

  • National Museum of African Art

  • Air and Space Museum

  • American Art Museum

  • American History Museum

  • American Indian Museum

  • National Zoo

  • Natural History Museum

  • National Portrait Gallery

  • National Postal Museum

  • The Washington Monument

  • Thomas Jefferson Memorial

  • Lincoln Memorial

  • Franklin Roosevelt Memorial

  • Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial

  • World War II Memorial

  • Korean War Veterans Memorial

  • Vietnam Veterans Memorial